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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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T eJewish Floiddian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
>luirie 33 Number 6
Miami. Florida, Friday. February 5 1965
Three Sections Price 20'
VICE PRESIDENT EXPECTED
^Humphrey Will
yippear at Israel
Bond Conference
House Votes to Ban
Food Assist to Egypt
STATl OtUKTMNT APriAL PACf 2-A
Tuts corporation provide* tin- sur NEW YORK BOARD
President Hubert I! Hum
.11 be principal speaker at
"i International inaugural
net foi State ol Israel
era from Friday, Feb. 19.
Sni la Feb 21, at Ihe
hiiMu Hotel, it was in-
l>> Abraham Feinberg,
i ol tin- I-;ael Bono Or
.i Pi esidenl w ill ad
ference al a dinner Sundaj
Feb 21, al which the
, honor Mill be Sii Isaac
iv' -h industrial
phil -' The event
rk S phn > lirt
VI iu mi
re be i aigi ed in Flor
the Vic< Presidencj
Mwphrey has been a friend
ef |f State of Israel since he
b*fr hit political career in
WaaKi'jton DC as a United
State- Senator from Minneota
in fHi the year of Israel's dec
larattcn of independence. He has
an at numerous events in
rt of Israel's program to
e economic independence
Miato- a democratic form of gov
rnn-^t.
WASHINGTON (JTAl The
House of Representatives adopted
an amendment this week which
would sever further shipments ol
surplus foods to Egypt, despite ap
p. ..I- ti\ the Administration for
continuation of assistance to the
Nasser regime Secretary ol State
Dean Rusk wen! into action im
n ediatel) bj summoning members
ol the Senate to a meeting in the
1 ii r e i g n Relations Committee
room where he made a plea for
the defeat Of the measure and the
continuation >! aid t" the Nasser
regime
Republicans and man) Demo
joined in support ol the mea
-ure which a.i- an amendment to
an agrii ultui al appropriation bill
increasing funds for the Com
moditj i redit Corpoi ..t ion Fund
plus commodities to Egypt under
Public Law 48u
The amendment, uttered bj Rep
Robert ll Michel. Hlinoii Repub-
lican, was tir-t delcated on a vote
bj division, hut was adopted when
a roll call was demanded The
final vote was 204 to 177
Frantic appeals by the White
House end State Department
failed to stem the anti-Nasser
revolt by House members. Speak-
er of the House John McCor-
mack. Massachusetts Democrat,
appealed in vain for defeat of
the amendment. He said the
amendment would hamper the
President in conducting foreign
Continued on Page 8 A
VICf PMSIDINT NVMrHNKY
to as speaker
70 ISRAEL
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Continued on Page 3 A
We OK
IJonn Salt'
Of Panks
i
French \azis
Listing Jews
For \rlion'
VORK 'l \ \ Frei
up ralhi
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claim
in Fr. "',1
and A
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attack .1 '
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that tr n.i I
pared I list ol p.....imcn:
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\\ \S1IINC l"\ I \ Ihe
I mt, i, .\ eminent gave
w.-st Gei '" 5C"
I si ;- medium
il .i.: offii iall)
disclosed hen fl pern issio
. raie I b) ihe Bonn C <\
List [all, it .i- revealed,
. of an .i-:e, menl with
i n \ [orbidding German) to
II or transfer the tank- to an)
uthei countrj without Washing'
ton's approval
West Germany purchased 1.000
of the tanks in 1957 and 1958
The 4?-ton tanks are equipped
with a 90 millimeter gun. The
United States rid itself of 1,000
of these weapons when they were
rep'aced by a later model, the
M 63 Officials here have re-
fused to tall how many of th*
Mil's Germany has transferred
to Israel, but said the number
is "substantial.
the tana
reluctant m dis
ller 1 con
i I in
ipmenl ol
luntru
el
Idle
|s, ...','
. .. ...
nks and
Egypt ""- ""
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LONDON ITAi -The Catholic
primate of Britain, Dr John ilee
nai R nan Catholic Archbishop
nt Westminister, expressed 'con
litlence here this week that the
recent Ecumenical Council's dec
i.ration, mi relation- with Jews
iving the ancient charge by
deicide from the Jewish people.
would be approved and promul-
. i b) Po| Paul \ 1 before the
end of tln> yeai such prom il
t .mi would make the views .\
pressed in the Council's de
tion official Catholic Chun h
i;, \ iev iu_ the 'sti ange adven
lure" ol Ihe declaration in the E
umenical Council Dr Heenan no-
led thai Augustin Cardinal Bea,
i ho had dratted the document pre
sented t i the first session ol the
Council, had intended that the
Church "make reparation to the
Jewish people" .md break down
n> anti Semitism existing among
Catholics toda)
Dr. Heenan pointed out that
"the barrage from the Middle
Eastern camp," led by Arabs,
saw the Bea draft as a political
document, rather than as a re-
l.gious treatise. The second ses-
sion of the Council, he recalled,
received a draft which "once
again condemned the Jews as a
people for the death of Christ."
"The alterations," he contin-
ued, "were distasteful to the
majority of the Council fathers."
But the final document, appnn
pd b) the thud Council, said the
archbishop, should be satisfactory
I i the .lew s and, with its supple
ment on other non Christian peo
also t.. people of all creeds
While discussing the Jewish
it ion l>i Heenan also said
that the Council declaration "seeks
to prevent further persecution of
ii w and allude I to the situation
Ol the lews in the USSR
In the So\ let 1 hi.m." he said.
the) 'he Jews share with Chris-
tian brethren restrictions and hos
11111> of a sun bitterly anti relig
urns state There is less religious
libert) in Russia toda) than In the
last days of Stalin In our prayers
ve .huuld remember the persecu
led .lew- in the Smiet Cnion "
Rabbis Fear
Federal Aid
To Schools
NKU YORK [JTAl Pn
Johnson was lauded here this week
b; the New York Board ol Rabbis,
est group ol Orthodox, Conser
nd Reform rabbis in N *
York for his program toward the
inn!,!- I he Great Society" in
, ,.. ts 1.1 human welfan and
proposal lo
tallinj for revisit i ol
th< pn nt immigration lav based
national orii ins it:, rabbis
orsed, at their 84th annual
meeting, the President's call lor
an all-out struggle against poverty
\t tht same time, the i
adopted i resolution express
n m over the re, ent eftot
ohtaii l ''! ial aid loi privat
Continued on Page 9-A
ATTEND RECEPTION
Shazar. B-G
At Churchill
Last Rites
LONDON 'I \ Israel Presi
..... Shazar, who. together
v ith I'M mer Prime Minister D
Ben Cm ion took part in the tu
nei al rites i i Winston Churchill.
left hen- Sunda) for Israel aftei
attending a reception in his h
given b) Ambassador trthur Lou
lie Mr Ben Gurion remained here
until Tue
In ;1 press ference at his ho
tei President Shazar hailed the
Continued on Page 2-A
EVALUATES RESULTS OF CAMPAIGM
Neumann Eyes Zionist Meet
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ol the developments at I

januar) in Israel *a> given
eek b> Dr Ema
s, .,,.. i lit ol th. ^
' '
rht 'Ai
. pn sents i i
I
V IS
, onstrui live in spirit, with a re
:::'. OH
lers ol bas po -
"The clash of partisan inter
ests was severe enough to pre-
vent the election of a new exec-
utive, which caused resentment
among the delegates in Jerusa-
lem and unfavorable comment
ab.oad. But such criticism, how-
ever justified, can not obscure
the positive achievement of the
Conqress as Ihe mo .t important
and influential deliberative as-
sembly of World Jewry."
With respect to the pn
. nl in countrii
i> Neumann said tl \
thieved a bi...
d on the ( \
urgenc) ol combatting Ihe
live forci ol assimilai
litional b
Ihe erosion >! Jewish \
ihi i the contii
ish life '.n n ost co
mt.
Of vital significanct
rstand eacht
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Friday. February 5. 1%5
Shazar, B-G at Churchill Final Rites
Continued from Page 1 A
kreatnesi ol the late British
leader. rw. hi' said, w*t ool onl)
ihe roar <>t the [LghUnj Bi
bin also the raai A human
its fighting .mil in We
>. ,-,; distre and
i,- voice was our cry
Mr. Shaiai Mid that he was
.mpimtd by the numbers of
.ews and lirtttl student* who
greeted him as he walked to the
State Dep't. Appeals
For Assist lo Nasser
\ \SHI\(;T0\- etary of si.ite ('*< -..< B..11 toM
Seneti tppressrlatiot Com
mitiee on Ifondaj th..t the 1 nited
States has no commitmenl [or lur
aid to Egypt
\i Ball lubsllfutfng tor ailtns.
Secretary ol State Dean Busk as
peeved before th Senate commit
c>l .1 n
-ni amendmenl bannit ,
eata ol sui: ii- aKrutiliiii jI pre
tv to Egj pi He told the S
that the l nit< SI ti -
1 the l w
on 'ut'irr aid Foilov insj :lu
the I S Inl
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the subject of aid beyond the
present fiscal year ending in
June 1*5 would be reviewed
fully with Congress, and djscuss-
ed in Ught oi circumstances that
existed at the time. He indicated
pp. at the Administration would
not necessarily authorne ship-
ment of the $37,000 000 worth of
cemmodrties to which the House
prohibition applies But he plead
ed that "ho President has the
flenibilrty to do what a cheng
rig situation may require on a
day to-c*ay basis." He asked that
Congress not limit the Presi
dent's freedom of action in the
conduct cf U S relation* with
Egvp' during the weeks ahead.
M B .11
he
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funeral. He could not ride be-
cause of Its* Sabbath. Its. Pre
dent's aide, Co Aryeh Rai. told
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
that Mr Shaiar had nt been
t red a* ourinq the waffc at
I brisk pace President Shaiar
had to turn down an invitation
to attend a reception by the
Queen m Buckingham Palace
>nce 1! was felt tteet 'he addi-
tional long walk would tire him
00 much.
esidenl Shaza >> Bei Gurion
iced liighi -1 praise ot the place
m- hMc sir WmM.in held amonj
n- Jktwk*1) pmiple recording their
enliment* lor II BBt Hebrew
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,.i m ol .ill lime i" u- Iv
fl|i nd ho mi 1 [altered
and nevei sravi
his deeds r the rehirt 0
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Rabbi Irving Miller to be Guest of Honor
At Zionist Organization Lunch Feb. 10
fOR RUAJID SJORY
Sit $fC. 8
Rbbi Irving Miller spiritual -. by Or Hahiun Goldmann and
k-ader "i oni legation 5< r oi Is the late Dr Stephen s wise t<> a>
-,.l Woodmere N.Y., and im- .ume the post ol secretary-general
ediate past chairman "i the ol ih World Jewish Coagr.es
American Eionist Council, will t>. thai capacity, be conducted
-I honor at ;i luncheon i .'.on- for niati.v months during
'i the Miami Bench Di iota with .ill the Aliuii govern
iricl ol the Zionial Organization "t nents in exile in London "" post
America al noon on Wednesdaj at wat Jewish problems A ;i result
be Riti Plata Hotel il these negotiations, he
The luncheon ia being held to anted chairman oi the Posl War
ielcoroi SOA del* it* tr m Commission ol the American Jew
rtiled States and Canada to Mi- -li Congress jt the peace confer
. ml .i adi am > <>t Ute !*'> hiih.
. i i .il inaugural ceoferenoe lor
Israel Beodi The IOA is partii I
i.*unK m th^' conterenoe, which
Mill In- held Kel> ].i ic. 2J at the
FonlnUMbaMU Hotel In help launch
i .in international Male .i cam
iwijjn lor the sale ol SlOO.OUO.OOO
ii UraoJ Bonds during the coming
vrar
Rabbi Miller, who will discuss
the latest political and econom-
ic developments in Israel, has
been active in American and
Jewish affairs for more than
three decades.
in'- .it Versailles in Ihe summer
>l 1946
As chairman of the Executive
Committee of the American Jew-
ish Congress between 1944 and
194*. Rabbi Miller created, with
the late Kurt Cewin, a Commis-
sion en Community interrela-
tions; and with the late Or. Ale
ander Pekelis. the Commission
on Law and Social Action.
Vice President Humphrey to Speak
At Israel Bond Inaugural Confab
in addition to lu- activities on
'in- international scene, Rabin
Miller h;i- pioneered in the field ol
lewish education in thi-. country.
Over M years ago, he founded th<-
A peel preaidenl -f the Zioniat Brandeic school, .1 modem pro
ition "i \'n-: l< .1 Rabbi
UiUer was Crom i*oi to isti4 chair
the Aim 1 nan Zionul Coun
. il. m hich n preaenl : ganuted
Z.ui 1-1 bodii .-in \ erici He has
-iu 1 ittee of the World Zionist or
a since I
Pormerl) preaidi l of the \-i'.. 1
Ii i-h Congress, be was eh t
irsiao ol its i m ui 1 e
tee in 19 ;. dele
Ii la thi- founding session "i the
ressive school providing Jewish
and general aducatiofl
The educational inatitution uaes
it- name -< ,;h the permission ol
"u famil) il 'In- late Justice Bran-
dels ii" bi 1 .1 mi quainted with
Ihe high scholastic standards ol
the school
I:.ibbi Mill.: .- thi author ot Is
i.-i'l The Kiel nal Ideal' and 1- <
contributor to man) magasines and
periodicals He ,- m lounder ol
; hi ongrrss in 1836 and Judaism." .1 Quarterly devoted lo
^ Uvi i "in Jewish religious an I iptritual
ihoughl
I 1942 :;. bbi VJlllei 11 ... unit -------
RABBI IRVING MlttUt
Adult Education
At Beth David
Jleth Datdd'a adult education
1 mux's uf the second sTWaatftT
continue on Tuesday evening at
Beth David in conjunction with the
Bureau of Jewish Kducation Topic
will be Eari) Day- ot the Byna
gogue
1 Lasses in Hebrew and Bible are
held from to B p.in Rabbi Eliead r
\ Levi delivers a lecture from
3 to in p ni ;tnrl leads .1 discussion
based on bis t.ilk
A social hour MLows
Concert at Aged Home
A conceit was presented an the
patio oi the Jewish blome for the
\... ..! Greater Miami by the
Florida Mate Letter Carrier's
Band conducted l>> Eldsvnid J.
Gardner -lute band director. <>n
a dnesda' \ ei ins
Continued from Page IA
Israel Bond Organization, Is sen
ing as chair-man ol the inaugural
conference Co-chairmen an Louis
li t;,.\ at 'i Angeles, 1 itair
man oi the Board oi Oovi rnors and
Ira Guilden, ol New York City,
national chairman ol Israel Bonds
The initial session oi the con
i. rence will be .1 luncheon featur
oiere showing ot the
Givenchj Israel Fashion Collec
lion Sponsored bj the Women's
IDivi&ion ui the Israel Bond Or-
ganization, the luncheon will !
lu-ld at ihe Fontainebleau on Fri-
day, Eeb 19 with Mrs Jan Peerce,
National Women's Division choir
man. presiding. Miss Bess Myer
son. popular television star. vwll
provide the la.slnon commentary
A dinner for officers and com
munity chairmen of the Israel
Bond Organization will be held
on Saturday evening. Plans will
be mapped for the successful
launching of the IMS Israel Bond
drive on an international scale
at this session of the conference.
The final event oi the con
ence on Sundaj evening "ill pi
tribute to sir Isaac Wolfson, i
oi the outstanding personalitie
British public life From modest
beginnings as a salesman in rural
Si otland, he has built up Ihe G
I imei -.1] Stores Ltd as the li
retail operati I ngland
For many years Sir Isaac h
been prominently identified with
.1 wide varietj ol civic and coi
nunal endeavors, and has bee
foremost supporter oi the Stab
Israel Mine its establishment
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Miami's 1965 CJA
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igh CJA r.e.-e. .V:
. i Service .' fa Home for
Aged, Bureau of Jewish Educa-
[i n '. ; luonal Sen
Greater Miami YM ar.d V/KA.
ce lo New A a of :ne
.'< :. Women.
Mi-
. .n one way or another to-
meni of a fuller life
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Our l< r.'s CJA also helps
a variety of national end ove-:
organizations dedicated to Jewish
j and also the State of Israel's immigralion
program through the United Jewish Appeal,
h receives approximately half ci Greater
annual philanthropic effort.
Now 'hat the campaign is in full sv.
. of us must search our hearts and minds
'.termine what our role will be in this s. i
ican endeavor. We can not stand on the siCe-
lines when so much is at stake; we must active-
ipate ::.xough our gifts and our willi
l to serve.
The grand design of Jewish humanitarian
v.ty is the basis upon which our commun-
. annual Combined Jewish Appeal cam-
lands. Let each of us make certain that
ontribute to its resounding success in 1965.
Old Argument Again
.. ,'.;: for the past two or three years,
Congress has discussed our food assis'ance
rram to Gamal Abdel Nasser of Egypt, and
up with some restrictive clause designed
to curb foreign aid to countries practicing dis-
.ination or bent on aggression.
Each year. Secretary of State Rusk or an
undi ny has appeared at a heur.ng to
id 'hat such clauses will hamper the Pres-
s's freedom in dealing with the nation's
ies abroad.
In the past, most of the anger expressed
against Nasser was as a consequence of his
aititute toward Israel and his obvious plans lo
launch a war in the Middle East.
This time, the lines are more clearly cut.
Dictator Nasser has insulted the United States.
He has told us, in less polite language, to go
jump into the sea. 'When our State Depart-
ment planners in 1957 saved his life and re-
instated him into the presidency of Egypt, he
told us to choke on our fury.]
Still, however, he continues to accept our
food aid. Furthermore, still we insist upon
giving it to him. Those who accuse our gov-
ernment of helping Nasser's scheme to launch
a war against Israel argue that it isn't true
that we are simply giving him food credit.
but the fact is that Nasser, less squeezed
as a consequence, then allocates a significant
part of his budget to the purchase of arms from
the Soviet'IJniori. I
Now. the House of Representatives has re-
acted with greater anger than ever. The
House feels that Nasser's insults needn't be-
repaid with further American aid. Once again,
however, our S"ite Department presses for-
ward the same argument about hampering the
President's capacity to deal with foreign policy
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unhampered by Congressional restraints.
" President Johnson, himself, has repeat-
. ie.terated this nation's vow to aid Israel
in 'he event of Egyptian aggression against
her. Will we still be giving Nasser food when
he starts those Soviet-made rockets toward
Tel Aviv?
Tone Not Substantiated
The sale of American-made tanks by the
Bonn Government 'o Israel does not fully sub-
stantiate the tone of last v/eek's report I
West Germany plans to conclude en S80 I
lion arms agreement with the Jewish Stcte ...
the near future.
Certainly, the tanks will help readjust the
imbalance Israel is currently suffering as a
consequence of the larae quantities of war
mcteriele being purchased by Egypt ,n the
Soviet Union.
But West Germany is in effect ridding i'self
of weapons that are obsolete in the grand de-
sign to contain the spread of Soviet Commun-
ism on the European continent. It hardly shows
a change in Bonn's atti'ude toward Israel with
respect to so many of the problems that have
arisen between the two countries: notably, Ger-
man scientists at work in Egypt and the failure
'hus far to accord Israel diplomatic recognition
through the official exchange of envoys.
Hopefully, this is the beginning of better
relations. But much more is needed to bridge
the gap before some sort of normalcy has
been achieved.
Careful Scrutiny Needed
The rabbis who express concern over fed-
eral aid to parochial schools have an excellent
point. They are worried about the principle of
separation of church and state.
Such aid is as valid a part of the violation
of the principle as Bible-reading and the mark-
ing of other religious observances in the school.
We are certainly concerned with the devel-
opment of the Jewish parochial school system
throughout the nation. Those who feel that
this sort of education is the bes' way for their
children to receive a well-rounded, traditional
upbringing have the right to apply themselves
toward the development of these schools.
But federal aid flies in the face of our na-
tion's democra'ic traditions. They would op-
poee it for parochial schools operated by other
denominations. They must now carefully
scrutinize thoir principles to make certain they
aren't being prejudiced in their own favor.
the week
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what Mr -
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is SO affluent I wn !in ,nd ar^pir- -
iir.t social expecr hilt- at lesst eighty percent of i
btt-r v.n
Agi tl backdrop of Hteea Mr Soleoder pi nt<
-r**ct and ac< si si li d J< i .-. ., .
tiesi cultural, law nd unanei
the i ndi '" thi Jewish comnt I
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TH[ i. TG4i.ll? ntlHHK S1ATUS-WMBING
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"h the sur\nal "f Jewry jt Isrgl
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real understandme of what t is to 1 lewi h Si -
the campus. "There is a thinness about the quality in
isatioBi a n ih quality There :< a rr-.
t Jevtab and mui Particularly
,-irtual revolt
MrfWIAl fOfCfJ ft* fftOM NEW
IN SUM. Mi S if on a '
-- an on a i oral an ne. We seem t
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while the candor and frcshi
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lives against ^.'lat i> a possiblj dire fut n
in i kind of aolidarity I i I the threat
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else Bui I his does not mi .i
internal forces uniUng Jews even then Far from it -
:. Above all there were Jewish heritage and i
PSrCHIATRIC BAK AGAINST OBIIVION
ljence, when Mr Solender called for
forces as the cen u own era, it would hi
apt to i c immi nd a retun They do i
. gested to i" built for thi lirsl time; thej need
vitalized. And. whin be said that second, third and foui I
are no ed bj the memory of or contact will
who directly experienced tlu past, it would have been betl
pbasize not the pogrom syndrome but the spiritual qualii
i-ii! that bound Jews ;i a people for M many thousands i
An we I" achieve freedom and pass into oblivion'
endcr finally asked, His bar against such an eventualitj
psychiatric one. and it is lure that he stumbled a second t'!'
must achieve a sense of self-acceptance." Thus. In our n
of the memories and nostaglia for the past, "we should learn
tribute something to the future" by acquiring more knowledge
our history and heritage "relevant to modern meanings." Thi
interpreted in terms of the major contemporary issues
society: civil rights, world peace, and poverty.
It was Mr Solender himself who at the outset saw a
about the quality in our organizations." so many of which deal
with precisely these questions. The "thinness." it seems t
comes from excessive emphasis on civil rights, world pe-"
poverty, to use Ins examples almost to the exclusion of J'
If we are to replace the internal force of the Jew, even in .M'
der's term*, we must first return to the source te8plf*eii '_
deed, we must first know it relevant only to u^-lf^Jilw*
not be JudafSm with which we are arming ourselves mfliuist i
future extinction, but the qualities of \iiiietion .th.it besl
'Judaism's doom: a secularisation of our faith that lerfvss' !
with the affluence and right to acquisition of more and more
symbols, which Mr. Solender so aptly deplored
These Issues span, his talk before the Fed^rVKm ^"
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eh to right are Exporters and Importers Group Co-Chairmen
ester Arkin and Joe Teitelbaum. with S. Ronald Pallot, Trans-
irtction Group chairman.
J A Manufacturing and Transport
livision Announces Leading Figures
FOR RfMTED STOMIS Sit PAWS 1-9C
jnon Pallet, co-chairman of
ides and Professions Coun-
if the !!*>."> Combined Jewish
. and chairman of the Man-
:turing and Transportation
up of the current campaign,
ai nouncecl the acceptance of
! g industry tigurcs to head
^'oups in the division.
. allot said that the Manufactur-
ing 'I Transportation Division
Eas set an increased goal of $52,-
50o. r keeping with increased
goal- nnounced by every division
01 th< campaign.
"t m confident that the many
gro.i leaders who will again
serve in this division, along with
?he i ddition of a number of out-
standing men, will help us to
. reacr our goal," he stated.
Two leading units, the Metals
Cioup and the Paper Group have
.nnoureed the acceptance of chair-
aVien who served in 1964.
Kcbert Somerstein, Remington
Standard International, and Max
Temi'an. Florida Metal Supply
C'<>.. v ill again head the Metals
Croup and Sydney Gans. Sydney
Taper and Bag Corporation, will
again read the Paper Group.
The Paint. Chemicals and Plas-
tics croup i- divided into three
sectioi -. Co-chairmen of the Paint
Section arc .lames Aberman, of
Commercial Coatings Corporation,
who will be joined this year bj
Pete Silverman, Silver Paint Co
Roben Levin, standard Chemical
somnsrvN
BAKNtJTl
Crystal House
Party for CJA
Fitfeeii leading residents of
Crystal House will host a cocktaii
party at the Crystal House Dining
Room on Monday at 4 p.m.. it was
announced by John N. Serbin.
chairman, and R. Williams Apte,
co-chairman, respectively, of the
Residents Division.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. 1965 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal chairman,
who has just returned from a 12
day tour of Israel and Europe, will
report on what he saw during his
trip and detail the outstanding
Federation agencies in the Miami
community that care for the sick,
the aged, the indigent, the handi-
capped, and families with per-
! sonal problems.
Co-hosts for the Crystal House
event, another Residents Division
function to help meet the 1965 CJA
goal of $1,435,080 for 41 agencies in
Miami, nationally, and overseas,
include the following:
Richard B. Ayares, Aisik Brener,
Murray Drexler. Joseph Gardner.
Lou Harris, Sampson Hittner. Dr.
Sigmund Klein, J. Gerald Lewis.!
Also. Jacob Lovvy. Philip Lus-
tine. Morris Norian, Charles Res-
kin. Julius Rosenberg, Irving N.
Stenn and Philip Thau.
Ner Tamid Ladies
Plan Card Party
Temple Ner Tamid Sisterhood
will have a card party and mah
jong affair on Saturday in the So-
cial Hall at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Ida
Raskin is chairman. Evening will
include refreshments and prizes.
On Tuesday noon, a bazaar lun-
cheon will be held. Merchandise
item for the bazaar will be ad-
mission. Mrs. Murray Shaw is
chairman.
Four Years in Pulpit
This Sabbath marks the begin-
ning of the fourth year of Rabbi
Max Shapiro as spiritual leader of
Beth Kodesh Congregation. The
adult series in history will be re-
sumed this Sunday morning at 10
a.m.
Strong Vet Safe-GiVes
Hours of Continuous
Relief from Minor
ARTHRITIS MIM
800 in Tribute
To Dr. Lipschitz
At the Deauville
Some 800 peri-ons attended a
testimonial dinner in honor of Dr.
Max Lipschitz, spiritual leader of
Beth Torah Congregation, on Sat-
urday evening at the Deauville
Hotel.
Guest speaker was Rabbi Moses
Lehrman, of Detroit, Mich., father-j
in law of the Beth Torah rabbi.
The testimonial marked the five j
years of service by Dr. Lipschitz
to Beth Torah, as well as his 18
years in the rabbinate. It also cel-
ebrated his winning the Doctor of
Philosophy degree at the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin.
Present at the banquet were a
host of communal dignitaries,
including personalities in gov-
ernment, the rabbinate, and or- j
ganizational affairs.
Presidet of Beth Torah Congre-
gation, which has grown during
the past five years to a member-
ship of some 750 families, is Rich-
ard Sneider. Chairman of the din-
ner of tribute was Howard Ralby.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-EI. and
uncle of Dr. Lipschitz. offered
greetings on behalf of the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association.
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Forget Lavon Affair, Eshkot Urges
TEL AVIV(JTA)Prime Min- used an unaccustomed emotional
i-Ut Leri Eslikol appealed "to all lone *.*,<. he toW the cohering
parties concerned" to "leave the
Lavon Affair alone" and drop
that issue, over which he resigned
jrhm the Government recently, re
sihrrlng the Premiership only when
he obtained full support for his
. ~.v_'rt'ement on the matter with
former -Prime Minister David Ben.
t.nilon.
Addres-inu a faction of his Ma
j ;.i Party, composed of Israelis in
t He academic iield. Mr. Eshkol
that no one ever informed him he
wonld hr expected to reopen the
Lavon affair when he assumed the
post of Prime Minister. He noted
that neither of his two predeces-
sors in that postMr. Ben-Gurion
or Moshe Sharett"did so when
in office."
"There if oeh thing as mo-
rality among friends," he de-
clared. "I should have been told
beforehand that I would ex-
pected to 4m whit others did
not do." In his opinion, the Pre-
mier added, "the maiority of
the people in the nation does net
wan* a reopening of the Lavon
ff*tr."
Dnrins the discussion period,
when members of his audience
pointed to the "enduring' influ-
ence" of Mr. Ben-Gurion on many
members of Mapai. Mr. Eshkol re-
Asked whether Pinhas Lavon'i
formation of his independent p
litical group, \fin Hayesod, woulrj
affect Mapai's plans for realign
plied: "We should be able to put ment with Ahdut Avodan. Mr Ess
a stop to the biggest myth of all. kol said that development woum
There were cases in which our have no negative,.effect. \hdut
movement did reject Ben-Gurion's' understands that there i no p|ac.
position, and he accepted our rul- for deserters in such an align
insr." i ment." he said.
Zamora Elects Ainslee Ferdie
AINSLIC FCHDIl
Ainslee R. Ferdie has been
elected president of Temple Za-
mora for 1965.
The 34 year-old Coral Gables at-
torney is presently state comman-
der and national legislative co-
uffiver of the Jewish War Veter-
an-; president, Greater Miami
BBVO Board of Directors; vice
president. South Florida Council
ol B'nai B'rith Lodge-; and vice
chairman, Dade County I rban Re-
newal Agency.
He is secretary of the Junior
Section of the Inter-American
Bar Association; vice president,
Miami Multiple Sclerosis Asso-
ciation; and on the board of di-
rectors of the Coral Gables Op-
timist Ctub, Coral Gables Citizens
Committee, Dade County Young
Democartic Club and Dade
County's Economic Opportunity
program.
Stanley Silvern was reelected
first vice president. He is a mem-
ber of the South Miami Toastmas-
ter's Club and a graduate engi-
neer. Mrs. Silvern was elected re-
llllililll secretary.
Col. Harold Stiuman. IS Army
retired, us* elected second vice
president. Col. Shulman. a gradu-
ate of the University of Massa-
chusetts, is now affiliated with the
Dade County Junior College
Other officers include Morri-
Hoskowitz, treasurer; Harry
.Marks, financial secretary; and
Hilbert Leavitt. corresponding sec
retary.
Elected to the Board of Direc-
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Ben, Louis Charter, Herman Doug-
las. Charles Fidelman. Irving Si-
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hen. Leon Honm. Samuel Miller,
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Tiiereth Jacob Sisterhood
Dessert ami coffee will be serv-
ed al the Temple Tiiereth Jacob
Sisterhood luncheon <>n Monda) at
11:30 a.m Games will lolluw.

Temple Emanu-El's Breakfast Forum Commit-
tee at its initial meeting sets plans for the con-
gregation's third annual Sunday morning lec-
ture program which will take place on Feb.
14, 21 and 28. Standing (left to right) are Judqe
Frederick Barad, Irving Schalzman, Abe
Green, Nathan Schwartz. Mrs. Charles Rosen-
blatt, Mrs. Alexander Kogan, Mrs. Max Boder-
man, Herbert S. Shapiro, Mrs. Herbert S. Sha-
piro, Oscar Rosenstrauch, and Morris Lapidus.
tented are Samuel J. Halperin, chairman, and
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader.
Breckfast Forum Series Resuming At Emanu-EI

Joseph M Lipton. president of
Temple Kmanu-Kl. announced that
the congregation's Breakfast For-
um Series will begin its third >ear
ct lecture discussions with three of |
the world's foremost religious au-
thorise- as guest speakers.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader ol the congregation, directs
the series which has been received
v ith great acclaim, and which will
:igain be held on three consecutive
Sunda) mornings. Feb. 14. 21. and
:H. at 10:15 a.m., at the Temple's
North Branch Building.
and Dickens Ave.
77th St.
will discuss "As-
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Travel w.tn
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Theme of the series is "The
Challenges Confronting Ameri-
can Jewry." First session on
Feb- 14 will present Dr. Robert
Gordis, professor of Bible at the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
Closed Circuit TV
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For Services
A closed circuit television sys-
tem has been installed a! Temple
Israel ol Creater Miami. The sys
teni is a lir-t" here.
Purpose ol the closed circuit TV
v ill be to assi-t in the accommo-
dation of overflow services in
I Temple Israel's main sanctuary.
A system will enable worship-
pers in the Jacob H. Kaplan
Chapel and the Eva and Joseph
Richter Assembly Hall on the
second floor of the Community
House to participate directly in
the main service.
The television camera is equip-
ped to otter a broad view f tht
main sanctuary, as well a- close-
;.- of the rabhi. cantor and ark.
Spiritual leader of Temple Israel
i i>r Joseph !< N.irot Jacob Born-
-1< m sen es as cantor
America, who
limitation."
On Feb. 21. Dr Bernard Man-
delbaum, provost of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America,
and associate professor in homi
letics on the faculty of the Rabbin-
ical Department, will continue the
rtatne <>f the series In his discus-
-ion of 'Intermarriage."
Concluding the aeries, Dr. Max
Aril, vice chancellor ol the Semi-
nary, will speak on "Spiritual
Alienation "
Samuel J. Halperin is chairman
of the Breakfast Forum Commit-
tee. Serving with him are Mrs.
Leonard Abramson. Judge Fred-
erick Barad. Mrs Max Boderman.
Mrs. George Goldberg. Dr. and
Mrs. Sherman Kaplan. Mrs. Alex-
ander Kogan, Morris Lapidus, Dr.
Herman R. Mecblowit/. Mr-. Mur-
r.\ MaYisel, Abe Green. Mrs Charles
Rosenblatt. Oscar Ko-enstrauch,
Irving S c h a tz m a n Nathan
Schwartz. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
S. Shapiro. Michael Tames and
Milton Sirkin.
Beach Lodge Inducts Members
Twenty-six new members of the frey Newman. George Kronen!."
Miaiai Beach Lodge of B'nai B'nth Herbert L. Heiken. Theodore v..
were initiated at the lodge's month- Trushin and Schatzman.
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cording W "President 'Gerald
bebwartz, were Abe Aranoll. Mur-
ray Borenstein, Max Beck, Irwin
Block. Morns Brafman, Hyman I
r'enster, Simon Fisher, Michael M.
Gerson. Isaac Goodman and Sam-
uel Grayaon.
Also Joseph H. Hallon. Louisj
Hiraeh. Charles Kaauaaky. Ernest
Klein. Harry M Kaplan. .Charles
W. Iger, Melvyn Kes-ler, Allan E.
Lipkin. Samuel I.evine and Sidney
H Miller.
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man. Arnold Rossman, Banard
Strull, M William Smith. Jacob
Sieei. Benjamin Weinberg. Abe
Weinberg and Abraham Weiss
man.
George Talianoft, attorney and
past president of the Beach Lodge.
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Samuel Weiner. another past
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Fink. Gershon Miller and Michael
Sossin; vice president. Ed Levin:
Sam Pascoe, Irving Schenfcer;
and honorary life president, Irving
Schatzman.
Other pa.-t presidents of the
Beach Lodge honored at the Wed-
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Friday, February 5, L966
House Votes Ban on Aid to Nasser
Continued from Page 1-A
relations and tie his hands in
dealing with Egypt.
The bill now goes to the Senate,
Where a number of Senators <>1
both parties are already on rec-
ord against further aid to the N.is
sit regime If the amendment is
retained by the Senate, President
.lohnson would be forced to veto
his entire agricultural appropria-
tions bill to kill it. The State De-
partment was described by in-
formed sources as "furious" over
the House vote and is said to have
voiced apprehension lest the House
alone "drive Nasser into a real
frenzy of anti-American actions."
Chairman George H. Mahon, of
the Mouse Appropriations Com-
mittee, opposed the amendment,
asking Congress not to be influ-
enced by Egyptian Israeli differ-
encies. Rep. Seymour Halpern.
New York Republican, replied that
the issue was much broader, and
involved support by the American
taxpayer of the Castro of the
Nile."
He compared Nasser with Cu-
ba's Fidel Castro, citing Nassers
anti-American expressions and ac-
tions, his support of Communist
policies, backing of pro Communist
Congolese rebels, and gangstcr-
like tactics" He said Nasser
"made a mockery of our aid pro-
gram" which only subsidized Egyp-
tian arms acquisitions from Rus-
sia and policies of subversion and
intrigue undermining the peace of
the Near East and Africa.
Rep. Leonard Farbstein. New
York Democrat, and member of
the House Foreign Affairs Com-
mittee, differed with his own Ad-
ministration by backing the
amendment. He said that Nasser
had disregarded previous expres-
sions by the Congress, and that
nothing less than mandatory ac-
tion severing aid would at this
: point uphold the dignity of the
1 United States
Rep. Benjamin Rosenthal, New
' York Democrat, who has joined
the Foreign Affairs Committee,
agreed with Rep. Farbstein and
indicated that the true interests of
the United States were not con-
listent with further assistance to
Egypt.
Rep. Gerald Ford, Michigan
Republican and minority leader
for his party, called for a stand
against Egypt, and rallied sup-
port for the amendment. Rep.
Silvo Gonte, Massachusetts Re-
publican, cited the burning of
the U. S. library in Cairo and
Nasser's backing of Communist
causes on the world scene.
Another Democrat who differed
with his party's position was Rep.
William Pitts Ryan, of New York.
He had offered a parallel amend-
ment, but the one proposed by Rev.
Michel, member of the Appropria-
tions Committee, was called up
first. Rep. Ryan stated that the
lessons of recent history taught
that leaving the matter to the dis-
cretion of the Executive Depart-
ment was useless, and that the
time for severing aid to Egypt
was past due.
In a meeting of Senators held in
executive session. Secretary of |
State Rusk, aided by Chairman J.
W. Fulhright of the Senate For
eign Relations Committee, made a
plea for the defeat by Senate of'
the amendment passed by the
House
Meeting with the hurriedly as-
sembled Senators, Mr. Rusk said
the amendment would "usurp'" the
role of President Johnson in mak-
ing foreign policy, Mr, Rusk sought
to portra, Nasser in a more favor-
able light, and asked the Senators
to consider the future of Egyptian-
American relations. Chairman Ful-
bright. presided at the meeting and
sironglv supported Mr Rusk's DO-
. sition. He said he would oppose the
amendment, and thought policy to-
ward Egypt was a matter for Ex-
ecutive Department discretion.
A question of whether the Ad-
ministration can muster enough
Senate votes to defeat the anti-
Nasser amendment loomed here
this week, however, as S-it0rS
took the floor to serve no'i: +ui
they will not heed Mr. 9 ,#.
pro-Egyptian appeal.
Sen. Wayne Morse. Ore. >m.
oirat. said in a Senate spi
he would support and fight .>r the
House amendment The Senator
stated that "when. Col n.i T ,pit
in the eye of the United
Nasser himself terminated \%i
surplus commodity agrei.....
Sen. Morse said that -. an,,.
aggression amendment
lated into foreign aid 1. .
two years ago, if heeded the
Executive Department, wo | havi
already i>een applied bei
Egyptian offense.-. An
the Senator, Nasser's ins
gressiott, and attacks on \
property proved that "th |
demand tribute from the nitej
Stale- will get away with
Sen. Frank J. Lauschi uh,o
Democrat, agreed that I _...
must not permit United S-
to flow to a nation "ala| \t .<
in the face." He said Ar'-TKij
assistance must be lemur prj n
those "who tear down our
tack our embassies and bu -. ~
our libraries."
New V Slates Member Push
An opening membership kick-off
function for the new YMYWHA
ol Greater Miami facility, at 8500
SW 8th St., will take place on Sun-
day afternoon beginning at 3 p.m.,
it was announced by Richard
Brickman. membership chairman
for the new "Y."
The event has been planned for
adults who are interested in learn-
ing about the facilities and pro-
-r;im ol the new "V. Brickman
said.
Several hundred people are ex-
pected to attend the program,
which will include organized tours
ol the 20-acre grounds of the new
V" and a meeting at which the
re plans of the "Y" will be pre-
ted.
Working on the committee are
Mr and Mrs. Richard Brickman.
Mr and Mr-. Milton Balsam. Mr.
Mr- A Budd Cutler, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Friedman. Mr. and
Mrs Marvin Gillman, Mr and Mrs.
Marshal] Harris. 1): and Mrs. Rich,
anl Helfman, Mr and Mr.-. Alan
Kornblum, Mr and Mrs Morris
Li itt, Mr and Mrs Ronald Lev
itt. Dr and Mr- Henry Lubow.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Luria
and Mrs.. Joseph Mallah. Mr.
Mrs. Barnett Robinson, Jr.,
and Mrs. Herschel Rosenthal.
and Mrs. Michael Goodman,
and Mrs. Norman Sand, Dr.
Mrs. Ronald Shellow. Mr. and
Howard Trinz and Mr. and
Louis Wechsler.
Mr.
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by the Federation of .Jewish Wom-
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Of Church Women, has been extend,
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lUZations bj Mr- Irving Lehr-
man, Federation president.
This sear's meeting was to take
place at the Methodist Students
(enter. University of Miami cam
pus. on Thursday at 11 30 a.m.
As in the past, a noon luncheon
was to be served, and an outstand-
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speakers was to highlight the an-
nual interfaith activity.
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iva University's Dr. Belkin to Speak
eception in His Honor Here Feb. 23
iimui'i Belkin, president of
University, will speak at'
lion in his honor at the j
.cbleau Hotel on Feb. 23.
.1 Ktra. chairman of the
of Trustee* of Yeshiva, ]
lea- oldest and largest uni-'
under Jewish auspices, an-
il Hie reception for Dr. Bel-
li also will serve as chair-
for the reception at which
national and Canadian lead-
the university will meet with
'c.-hiva president.
in his 22nd year as head
of Hie university. Dr. Belkin is
a distinguished author, scholar
Ml educator.
Jva University, in New York
provides undergraduate and
iional studies in the arts,
> and Jewish learning lead-
, 18 different degrees and di-
is. In addition to its extcn-
eaihinu' programs, the uni-
conducts a network of
amity service agencies, a
Ipread program of research,
SlsS puhlishcs several scholarly
joarn;.]-
Under Dr. BeDcJn's leadership,
the university's enrollment has
.town from 850 to 6.000; the fa-
tuity from 91 to 1,200; the num-
ber of constituent schools from 4
to 13; its annual operating budget
from $444,000 to S29.5 million; and
physical facilities from one build-
ing in the Washington Heights sec
tion of Mahattan to four major
teaching centers In Manhattan
and the Bronx, with a valuation
of $43 million.
During his pioneering admin-
istration, the institution has be-
come a university, and estab-
lished a liberal arts college for
women and graduate schools of
medicine, social work, education
and sciencethe first of their
kind under Jewish sponsorship.
In 1961. on the occasion of its
75th anniversary, the university
launched a 10-year. $65 million
"Blueprint for the Sixties" de-
velopment program.
Dr. Belkin has brought to the
presidency a rich background of
scholarship acquired first in two
Off. SAMUEL BUKIN
traditional centers of Jewish learn-
ing in Europe and later in two of
America's great universitiesHar-
vard and Brown.
Dr. Belkin has been accorded
many honors and tributes, and has
been singled out on many occasions
by groups represetig all denomi-
nations for his outstanding contri-
butions to American life. In June.
1959. he received an honorary de-
Rabbis Fear Federal Aid to Schools
I Continued from Page IA
parot .! M-hooix. The resolution
onJVcirral aid to education stated:
"The religious school clearly
is established to serve the sec-
tarian purposes of the sponsor-
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Bible reading and to "any efforts
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ground, and urged the state Legis-
lature to review and amend the
present laws in order to provide
for additional grounds for divorce
than is presentlj permitted.
In a resolution on the plight i
Soviet Jewry, the Board announ-
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eager" to send a supply of matzoh
for the Jews of the Soviet Union
if that country's leaders fall to
make facilities available locally to
satisfy the needs of the Jewish
community in time for Passover.
In another resolution on inter-
national affairs, the Board de-
nounced "the proclaimed policy
of the Bonn Government" to al-
low the West German statute of
limitations to take effect on
May 8, 1965 in the prosecution
of Naii war criminals.
oilier resolutions condemned
the Arab boycott ol Israel, and
called for the suspension ot aid to
Egypt in view of its anti-Amer-
ican policies. Rabbi Max Schenk.
of Brooklyn, was reelected presi-
dent ol the Board for the second
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Friday. February 5, 1965
1
JWV Protests
To Bonn Consul
Commander Ainsltv R. PanUe,
Department of Florida. Jewish
War Veterans. KM written to Claire
Mendel, consul of the German Fed-
eral Republic here, protesting
WIPl eorteern oor thr-Konn Gov-
ernment's "failing to withdraw the
passports of these scientist! em-
I (! in the manufacture of the
implements of war in Egypt and
!''.. i.iilure t.> extend the statute
oi limitations against the Vm war
criminals
Ferdie told Mr Mendel, who
b'vaa .it 95s:! Harding Ave that "on
-Mar L'l. at our quarterly meeting
in Surfside. our organization will
consider additional actions such
as peaceful demonstration out-
side the consul s office and the
publishing of a list Of products
made in the country that you rep
resent and their local agencies of
distribution to our membership."
Explained Ferdie: "We address
our remarks to you not out of any
personal animosity toward you but
in the interest of calling to your
attention of the government that
you represent our position in this
matter."
Surfside Group Eyes Referendum
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raS|
Leo Pfeiier. special counsel of American Jewish Congress, is
shown with btcte Rep Robert Shevin, Bernard S. Mandler.
chairman of the Commission on Law and Social Action of the
South Florida Council, and former U.S. Sen. Harry P. Cain at
a meeting of attorneys and judges of Dade County recently
at the Dupon* Plaza Hotel. Pfefier spoke on recent develop-
ments in the United States Supreme Court relating to religion
and state.
Surfside Civic Association held
.speeial open meeting Tuesday
in the Council Room of Town Hall
00 the refunding bond referendum
scheduled for Monday. Feb. 15.
Featured was a panel discus-
sit n. withfouncrtman Sidne\ Ktnj
and Myron Zeientz speaking in fa
vor of the referendom, and Coun-
cilman Louis Hoberman and Irv-
(Hg Solomon in opposition
Surfside Civic Association has
also announced a donation to the
Surl-Bal Bay Library Newly-elect-
ed ollicers of the organization are
Herman Grayson, president, Mrs
Beatrice Ureisen. first vice presi-
dent. Morris Finkel. second vice
president. Nat Korbin. recording
secretarx Mrs. Dorothy Rich, cor-
resi>onding secretary; and Mrs.
Marion Schwitzer, treasurer.
Louis Katz, Andre"
Herbert MendeJl, Mn
nen, H. Cutter Na\l
Winn. Max Spiro. Frat
tin. Bernard M Joyce
1 lea ley.
Greenfield,
Raye Ten-
Samson
E Mar-
aud Vrank
Executive Committee includes, of Miami.
Temple Sinoi
Snterfatth Meet
On Weonesoay evening. 8:15
pm. Temple Sinai Sisterhood will
present its annual intertait! Tieet-
ing
Rev. ClUrftH R Bruce, if the
White Temple, and Rabbi .amel
it. Lewy will fXaeusa 'The Old
>nd tlic New Bible." Music will be
supplied by a 30-member choir
Irotn the Northwestern High School
French Exhibit Proves
Jews' Anti-Nazi Stand
PARIS With Repressive
ercmonies .it w !i i c h President
CharJei <*< Gaulle was official!)
represented bj a member ol his
in 1, an exhibit pnn ing to the
o Id om e and tor all 'hat .lews
under the li.; <. regime fought in
organized resistance against Nazi
in man) places, irwludmi; Ber-
lin itself was opened here this
v. eek
Th" exhihil organised by the
Memorial to the I'nknown Jewish
Martyi and the Center lor Con
tempi rary Jewish Studies has as
sembled documents, official re
ports and photographs from Euro-
pean countne- nceupierl by the
Germans during World War u. in-
eluding the Soviet Unreal, Poland,
Bulgaria. Rumania, and Czecho-
s ivakia. Another part of the ex
hilut showed Jewish resistance
against the enemj in pre-Israel
Palestine.
The three principal speakers
at th* ceremonies were Jean
Saintenny, Minister for War Vet-
erans and the Victims of War,
who represen'ed President de
Gaulle Dr. Nahum Goldmann,
president of the World Jewish
Congress; and Walter Eytan, Is-
rael Ambassador to France.
As pn ddcntial guards in dress
rn ror la di anked
M San tennj d rhe
Jews, wii i the
iir-i in lh< oppose Hitler
and the Nazi? firsl in Western
Europe, then in occupied territor-
ies .if 'lie Fast They fought back.
and at Warsaw, managed for six
weeks |a hokl at bay the might ol
the Wehrmacht Young people of
France and elsewherenever for
it those heroes!"
Dr Goldmann, in his address,
castigated the Allied Governments
in power during the war for fail-
ng to react against Hitler's holo-
caust aimed at the Jews. "This cx-
ftion." he said, "stands as an
accusation against the democratic
arions which did not take Nazism
serioasl) enough They tried noth-
ing to save even ;i small remnant
if the victims. An entire genera-
lion. .Ieu> and non-Jews alike, will
stand charged by history with lack
ol imagination, lack of foresight,
and will power and. and above all.
i mil having reacted at a time
v 'i< n such reaction could have
rush <1 the Nazi evil at its origin."
Be*h David USY
Monthly Service
Beth David USY will meet lor
;t- monthly south service and
breakfast on Sunday. Teen-agers
luct sen ice at 9 IS a m alter
h thej have a breakfast in the
il Hall and will be addressed
r-t speaker
i ilar meeting is iched-
uled 3 day at 7 IS pm Agen-
plans loi .i paper drhe
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Lecture Series Opens at Betti Sholom Dr^heiiiood0^
Jflpm Classes
Resume Here
Second serm-Mor of the fifth an-
nual Ulpan classes in Hebrew Ian
guaffe sponsored by the Bureau of
Jewish Education will becin Tues-'
day evening, according to Joseph
Cohen, president of the Bureau.
Tb uWn classes are modeled
after (fit intensive program for
teaching conversational Hebrew in
Israel, with emphasis on active
particlprtton h> students. There
are three Ulpan courses now avail-
able in Miami Beach: elementary.
witt aMHty to read Hebrew as
a requirement lor the second se-
mester, Wei mediate, and advanc-
ed HeW^fc.
VMft M materials used in the
classes1 MKlude American and Is-
rael Moks. magazines and news
papers.
Class** Ihect Tuesdays, from 8
to 10 p.n. at Temple Beth Sholom
School, 41st St and Chase Ave.
instructors are Zvi Berger. as
sociate director. Bureau of Jewish
Education; Mrs Zahava Sukenik.
^Instructor at the Hebrew Academv
Wlinw the l' ui's Hebrew High
Rabbi Henry E. Kagan. of Mt.
Vernon, N.Y., will kick off a series
pf lecl^rea based on his book, "Sit
Wno Changed the World." on Mon-
day evening, 9:15 p.m.
Occasion will be the third ses-
sion of the adult studies program
of Temple Beth Sholom, according
t a joint announcement by Mrs.
Irving B. Kaplan ami Mrs. Irving
Variety Names
'65 'Godfather1
Richard P. Wolfson, senior vice
j president of VVomctco Enterprises,
has been named vice president of
Variety Children's Hospital.
He will serve as a member of the
Board of Trustees, it has been an-
nounced by P. William Burke, hos-
pital president.
Wolfson, a 13-year veteran with
the Wometco organization, is cur-
rently a director of City National
Bank of Coral Gables, and has
served in executive positions
with such communal agencies as
tha Crime Commission of Great-
er Miami, American Red Cross,
the Child Guidance Clinic, Com-
munity TV, Foundation of South-
ern Florida, and National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews.
Kushman. chairmen of the Tern- Feb. JS Rev. John Papindrew,
pic's Board of Emicaiwn and Adult minister of the Kir>t Unitarian
Studies Committee, rpcrtitelr- Feb. M-Prof.
Dr. Kagan, both a rabbi and a
qualified psychologist, is spirit-
ual leader of Sial Temple in Mt.
Vernon. His book is a psycho
(ogkal analysis of six Jewish
geniuses frem Moses through
Freud and Einstein.
On five succeeding Monday eve-
nings, the remaining personali-
ties will be discussed by the fol-
lowing:
Ramon Lemos,
Department of Philosophy. L'niver-
siU of Miami.
Mar. 1 Prof. James Tedeschi
Jr.. Department ol Psychology.
University of Miami.
Mar. tProf. Rehran Kursunog-
lu. professor of physics. University
of M'ami.
Mar. I$-Rabbi Leon Kronish.
spiritua
lorn.
Brotherhood Fete
Temple Zamora Religious School
in conjunction with the start of
Brotherhood Month, this week fea-
tured a unique Sunday School as-
sembly commemorating the ob-
servance.
A show called "Dolls for Democ-
racy was presented by Mrs. Len-
ore Curtis sponsored by the B'nai
D'rith Anti-Defamation League.
The dolls are part of a collection
of 280 dolls of outstanding person-
leader. Temple Beth Sho-. alties in history who showed a
common love for mankind.
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A graduate of Harvard and Yale
Law Schools. Wolfson is a member
il the New York and Florida Bar
Associations, anil has served as
law secretary to Justice Rutledge
of the U. S. Supreme Court.
He is co-author of a book. "Jur-
isdietion of the Supreme Court of
the United States."
As a member of the board of
Variety Children's Hospital. Wolf-
son will participate in the planning
of the 1965 development fund cam-
paign expansion of the hospital.
School; and Sbolem Kpelbaum.
principal teacher. Congregation
Knesetb Israel
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Friday, February 5, 1965
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AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave. .-
Orthodox. Rabbi Isa.ic Ever,
n 8 |i in Salin.i.t> ".H .* m i
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AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox. ;
Cantor Israel Kerihnrr
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ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative
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BETH OAVIO. 2625 SW 3rd Ave Con-
servative. C.imor William W. Lip-
son.
i !.i\ ::.'. p.m. in chapel y
in muln -.in. tuurj s.iinr.l:i>
ervices
V
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Mm. Iia
CANDLELIGHTING Tim
1 Adar 5:47 p.m.

rwiffwfniii"ii. Seoul* i
p.m. S. ..lit- u II t;i> tl'll-in.* ''i. Nina-
., Ml cnKtii s itai 'ii' I.n > ni-'ii:
i \i /.!.,I, Roj Una MItivnh, l>i- "Portion of I hi \v. i. Bur Mlixvnh
mi.; -.hi ..mi daughter -f Mi and ('rule;, t.....f Mr. and Mm. Philip Hon ;
.Mr- David .mi.Miian Mlncha 5:1.". p.m.
BETH EL. 500~ SW 17th Ave. Ortho- -LAOLER GRANADA 50 NW 51st 1
do*. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
Prlday SMS ,...., Saturda) 8:80 ;...,.. enf.ld. Cantor George Goldberg.
Sermon: "Our Manifold :tit~ Mm- Kriday 18 p.m <: ik< r. llnrrv I
chi 6:30 p.m. Sun..nli..'f. iittorwy an.I nuthi-r oft
------------ "Tlo- (Iini-.n i'ii. i mi. L- si... 1.1.-.
BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Ortho- i..,,.,i t \|, :,,| u Morris I'i-n-
dox. Rjbbi Berel Wein. i. _-. in honor "i Ihelr iinnlvorimi-y.
Frlila; 5 ."' p.m Uaturdaj 9 a.m s. r- BaturdBj S 10 m Mlncha :''' p.m.
in- -i "Let Tin in Tuki for Mi Itar ------------
Mltxvuh < :l.-uii son of Mr. and Mr.-. HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pfnetree
Monn> Meblmiin. >r- Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander 8.
____. ____ Gross.
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ------------
Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Maunce HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI 1201
Johnson st Conservative. Rabbi
Mamches.
David Shapiro. C a nt o r "Yehudah .
Heilbraun.
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor 8enjamin Ben-Ari.
i'ii!. \ > ::. p.m. s. rni.-ii "WliiKton
in hillTin Man ..f Ih. ill
\ ii.I Mr* Ell W< ii- i ill li Rl ill.
:n honoi ul Mi
\:. \ Hlahl. ronisresratlor Si \
ton ai | .M Sa.ini.-l n- n Mlncha .'
n i ; :\ of Vl ml -. IT
SRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen
I Idnj 5 Ml an.I *:15 p.m
\ in i
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BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
136~0 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rahhi Richard Marcoviti. Cantor
Seymour Hinkes.
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 W.-i*hmaton Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H Stern.
Seymo..r H.nkes. '> "'',' x in l"> '".
i is p in Pulpll rii. t. K. W i "' >' v Mi .1 l.j .1 } .1
I-i -,.i s. iKoeii. iti. ol J l Pal rday H" a m
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. da lit 111 i of M P "'
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BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd Ave.
Orthodox. RaiDh Krieger. secre-
tary.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrfietd.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
i ,la\ i i and v p m
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BETH TFILAH935 Euclid Ave Or- ( s. ,.,..... -,.,,. .
thoJox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
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BETH TORAH 164th St and NE 11th
Ave Conserv ltive. Rabb. Max Lip-
schiu. Cantor Beo-Zion Kirschen-
Daum.
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, ludj da on iiii i ol Mi 'tni Mr
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B'rJAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi H.irold Richter.
Cantor Jack Lerner.
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MIAMI BEACH ET7 CHAIM. 1544
Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.

VINYONAIRES CONGREGATION.
3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
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OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeas Weber,
man
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SOUTHWEST CENTER 64-?8 SW tth
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
wald.
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 45
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mm.
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TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con-
servative. 1025 NE 13rd St., Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan.
Cantor Maurice Neu.
i .mil I p.m Satin da}
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TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
Or.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard.
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TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S 14th Ave. Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
I"ri K:IS p.m. Hermon: "Churx-hlll's
rl.,.-.- in Jewish Hlatory."
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TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120th St. Reconstruction^ Rabbi
Morris Skoo. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holty- ]
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative. I
Rabbi Morton M.iiavsky. Cantor
Ernest Sterner.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
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Jill, ilnuithti i ol i ii Mi Solo-
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TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 1U00 NW .
22no Ave Conservative. Rabbi S. M
Machte.. Ca-itor Abraham Reiseman.
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lunioi i i>i s.
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washing-
ton Ave Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
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Tl.....loirlriil Sell narj ': \ n,
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE Wth St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
l'ri.l,> *.l."i p mi Pulpit Kllt-M. 1 'I
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TEMPLE JUDEA 320 Palermo Ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morns Kip-
per.
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TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owita. Cantor Edward Klein.
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TEMPLE NER TAMIO 80th St and
Tatum W.ilv*i, Modern Tradi-
tional. Raboi Eugene Labovitz.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh
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TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW i6tn St Miami Rabbi
Samuel April Cantor N.co Feltfman
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TEMPLE SINA: OF NORTH MIAMI
12100 NE 15th Ave. Retorn. Rabbi
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Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks
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SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION TERUMAH
-Moreover thou shall make the Uberoacle with ten cur
tains." (Exod. 26:1). ,
And thou shall hang up the veil under the clasps, and
shait bring In thtther withinathe veil the ark of the teat!
mom Kxod. 26:33).
TKIUMAH The children of Israel were asked for an oil. r
Ins toward the construction of the Tabernacle and its VMeli
Gold, and silver, and brass: and blue, and purple and scarlet,
and fine linen, and uoats hair; and rams' skins dyed red. and
sealskins, and acacia -wood: oil for the light, spices for the anoint
inS oil and for the su.et mcense; onyx stones, and stones to be
s,t for the ephod, and for the breastplate." (Exod. 25:3-7).
The ark was lo be mad.' of acacia-wood, covered inside and
out with sold. The table too was to be made of acacia wood
There were to be a golden candelabra, a tent of curtains and
boards, outer curtains and inner curtains, and an altar of acacia-
wcod. covered with copper. Finally, the construction of the court-
yard of the Tabernacle was described.
This recount!** of the Weekly Port.en of the Lew i> e-
tracted end based upon "Th Graphic History of the Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. Wollmen-Tsemir, $15 Publisher is
Shongold, and the volume it available at 27 William St., New
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume
is Joseph Schlang.
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Branches of Judaism
And Mutual Interest
By RABBI SHERWIN STAUBER
Young Israel of Greater Miami
Question: "Shall Orthodoxy, Con-
servatism and Reform Judaism
Remain United in the Syna-
gogue Council of America?"
The above question contain- SO
many facets, both pro and con,
thai an article limited to 250 words
can hardly do it
justice.
There is no
doubt that on the
surface there
would a e e m to
be lirong positive
arguments in fa-
vor ol such an
\ ociation, A
strong, ii n i f i ed
voice of Ameri-
can .' e w r y on
such problems as
discrimina tor)
laws in the I'm
tel States, the plight f Russian
Jewry, and other areas of mutual
interest is both commendable and
highl) useful in dealing with world
opinion
Nevertheless, the negative as
peris of such an Association, al-
though not SO apparel.t at first
KABBI STAUBH
glance, would seem to overweigl
the advantages-
Words such as 'unity" and "hai
mony" have become so popular it:
appeal that they sometime- lend t
stifle legitimate difference- ol
opinion ami create a blurring ol
distinction between the sharp dit
ferences in ideology that separate
the Orthodox, Reform and Consei
vative movements.
In Ihe teal not to cause dish.u
mony, we often find both rabbinic
and laj leaders in Ihe framework
of organizations such as the Syna-
gogue Council of America uttering
mere platitudes and diluted state
ments, or the complete absence ot
a statement in areas that call for
forthrightness without compromise
The price for such unity in Amen
can Jewish life has been to leave
the average i< with the mis
guided impression that the majoi
difference between the Orthodox
Reform and Conservative philos
ophy i- the physical makeup of.tbf
synagogue and the type ol food on
eats
The time has come for the threi
divisions In Judaic religious'
thought to work within the alreadj
existent national Jewish organiza
tion for a statement >! mutual in
terest and to allow the respectivi
ous "i ganizations free reigi
to preach what thej purport ii
pi actice
'Religion Revisited'Series
Slated at Temple Judea
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N Miami;
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Henry '
Wernicta.
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YOUNG ISHAtL. 990 NE 171st St
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. |
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T/m fj^f iv r-rcrMrr,! m eo-
ope'jtu n with the Greater Mi-
ami Rabbinical Axtociat
('.....-liiutor nf ftaturet ap-
pearing here it
DR MAX UPSCHITZ
biritual lesdVr 0/ Beth Torah
C'vxr.rr&ation 0/ Hortli Miami
Beach.
Temple Judea of Coral Gables
announces the third ol eight lec-
ture discussions, entitled "Relig-
ion Revisited," uill be held in the
Reception Hall on Sunday at 10:30
a.m.
Louis Schneiderman, chairman.
advises that two guests will lec-
ture on What. If Anything. Does
Religion Contribute to the Devel-
opment of a Well Integrated Per-
sonality ""
Dr. Irvin S. Jacobs, psychia-
trist, is instructor in the Deport-
ment of Psychiatry, University
of Miami Medical School, and a
medical director at the Chil-
dren's Center. Graduated from
the University of Maryland, he
served for throe years in the U.S.
Navy as lieutenant.
In 1949. he received the MA from
the University of Maryland, and
a medical degree in 1953 from the
Jefferson Medical College of Phil-
adelphia. Dr. Jacobs is past presi-
dent of the South Florida Psychi-
atric Society.
Dr. Murry J. I lei ken. psycholo-
gist, graduated from City College.
N. Y. He holds the MS in psychol-
ogy from ihe University ol Miam
and PhD in clinical psycho!
Purdue University. He Is also
graduate of the v.\ training pro
gram in psychology. Dr. Heiki i
served in the U.S. Army He wa
formerly chief psychologist "
Jackson Memorial Institute
consultant there at the Geriatru
Clinic. He was al-o consultant 10
the Alcoholic Rehabilitatioi
ic. and is presently consultai <
the Jewish Family and Childi
Service and the Children Centel
Rabbi Kronish
To be Reviewer
Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom, will
review the current bet seller, Ar
mageddon." by Leon Urls, lj"
Wednesday evening in the Tempi'
Auditorium, according to an a"
nouncement by Mrs. Leo Levm.
president. ,
Part of the Beth Sholom Festtwi
of the Arts, chaired by Mrs
mow Silverman. tickets are '
1 able at the temple office.
Proceed* benefit the Si*terW
I Religious School Subsidy I- und.


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jree In group n work
m George Williams College.
icago.
'rior to enterii. tin' llrhrcu
ion College. Raiw., Kwv
ployed by the I'.nanl of .ioi.-h
ucatiOB Of Chn ;r_o. ulu'ie he
ved as program camp director
1 as director ol the Youth and
tension Departn (nt
Jufltlg hhrtwo-y ar tour of duty
the Armed For.' he ofneiaied
acting Jewis* i >nplain at : t.
.Leonard Weod/llo
n Cincinnati, ho was a profes-
iial.Hebrew Sim : IraHn-r an i
r. Halpern
peaks Vzre
Dr. Morton Ilaipem -n -ke oi.
loderu Aapects .i Heart i;.-
arch" a Beet ig ol Roosevi I
mple, Pythian si-um-s. mi Wed-
sday evening .' l'\ ilium Hall.
Assisting Dr. ll.ilpeni was Mi--
lelida Quejad' .'.'.
r, Heart Association of Miami.
Talk was in oli-<-'\ .i nic ol llearl
onth.
principal for the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education. He also served as
cantor at the Temple in .Middle-
town. O. He was director of the
teen-ape camp at Blue Star, N. C,
and in the summer of 1960 direct-
ed a successful experiment in pre-
teen camping for the I'AHC camps.
Rabbi Kipper has served con-
gregations in Chicago, [11.; Ports-
mouth, O.: Hutchlnson, Kan.; and
Gastonia, N. C. Prior to coming
to Temple Judea, he served Tem-
pi,' Beth Sholom in Peabody,
Mass Ho i-; a member ol the Jew-
ish War Veterans, and while in
Peabody, was a member of the
Massachusetts Board of Rabin-.
Sew England Region of the I en
i nferen ol Vmerican Rab-
Peabody Ministerial Associa-
chaplain for the
Phillip Exeter n r to
leaving. Rabbi Kipper was nomi-
, i bj th Junior I hamber ol
Commerce ol Peabody, for the
'Outstanding Man ol the Year'
award.
Rabbi Kipper is the author of a
text on Jewish spiritual value-, a
book designed for primary grades.
He i- married. He. his wife. l..n
ore. and their two children. A\i
and Merle, now live in Coral Ga-
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Younn Bolivian violinist Jaime
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tion concerts of the University ol
Miami Sy in phony on Sunday and
Monda) in .Miami Beach and Dade
County Auditorium. Both concerts
begin at 8:30 p.m.
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present Overture to "Candide," by-
Leonard Bernstein, and "Symph-
ony in D minor." by Cesar Franck.
A native of Cochabamba, Bo-
livia, the 23-year-old Laredo has
been praised by critics in the
United States, Europe and South
America. He has toured Europe
four times.
In his recent concert tour, he
made two appearances as soloist
with Leopold Stokowski and th"
American Orchestra in New York
and Washington, D. C.
Laredo triumphed over dozens
ol contestants from all over the
world in the Queen Elisabeth of
Belgium Music Competition in
1959 and was sin-led out as "The
Best Young Performing Artist of
the Year" as a result of his debut
recording for RCA Victor, "Pre
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Jewish Music Month v ill be
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Nina lien.md 1- a native of Mon.
'.real. Canada, where she was
awarded scholarship- for advanc-
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has appeared at many local hotel-.
including the Americana, Algiers,
Fontainebleau, Doral Beach, and
for many organizations,
Her program will include popu-
lar -how tunes, musical comedy.
Operatic, Jewish and Hebrew folk
songs. She sings in seven lan-
guages,
Estellc Hoberman. wife of Surf-
side Councilman Louis Hoberman.
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Friday, February 5 ^gj
4$ We Were Spying: By ROBRT E. SEGAL
Challenge to Jews
In Our Own Time
ALARM OVER THE Inline ol
^ Judaism. nmsidrs1 recenti) by
lewish bodies as diaearati as Hie
New York Federation of Reform
Synagogues and tin Wei I Zionist
Organization, have sent me beck
In a new examination ol Kabbi
lltaenl I (iorai.i' statistic studded
jnd opiaaen pursed new book an
interfaith, interracial and inter-
ethnic marriages
The Reform statement offers coovexsion to Ju-
daiam as a eerohar) w isMermarriage and holds
I'.imii.-e of enjox nieiit of tie lacto Judaism for th.t
mate of an intermarriage willing to enter enthus-
iasticaii\ into the warmth of jewoh life, synagogue
worship, and Jewish comniumly activities.
For the World Tlionlsl Congress. Dr. Nalu.m
Goldmann declared that when Jev s lose lhe mam
basis of separate existence. Jewish survival faces
.. threat greater than persecution, inquisition, po
groms. and mass murder
With a lower birth rate than most, if not all.
I'ther people in the world, with an obvious weaken-
ing of family and leJiginun ties, and with the un-
limited temptation ol modern, free, mobile society
constant!) beckoning, American Jewish boys and
girls are. of Bourse, running up a higher tail) oi
intermarriattes than did their immigrant parents
d grandparents Eiudeeee abounds, Attention to
the accounts of marriages on the societ) pages ol
newspaper- in our metroiMililan centers. Wbexi CUl
leges and universities nourish, offers a good index
The increased number of conscientious Jewish
youngsters who hunt for marriage ceremonies lo?
i.no.-1-ii partners ol dttieienl laghs and the Ire
njuene) with which intermarriage i- discussed at
Jew.sii meetings are other signs ol the trend
Kabhi (>i i iii preparing "intermarriage
has sifted replies lo seme 5,oio questionnaire*, has
louehed n.im approximately al 60 ineti
iiioii- ni higher learning has talked with man)
(listers pi '-'-. and rabbi.-, lias conducted a
lap< recorded interviews with intermar
partrn in considerable depth, and iia> ex
grow :. ti a\ ailablc
He notts that, for years, Jewish intermarriages
were Una I run in only seven i aight percent
' lhal lb.- Vv.
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Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Off the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Our ^ iclclish Hoots
ANNOUNCEMENT last week b\ the
' ** Yl\' institute for Jewish Research
4 >f the forthcoming publication ol a
rthouaand-year history oi Ihc Yiddish
' aogunge and cf ^n English-Yiddish and
Yiddish-English dictionary, the first b>
r )r Max Weinreich and the second b)
! tit sen Pioi Uriel Weinreich, projected
. i cultural evenl deserving oi the dedi
caled .iiii Uiii'i oi all segments >' Amer
nan Jewry
Yiddis is an old and what is men a rich lot
: Jews have nourished on its idiom, and in
I that lent il elf lo mod
eatnitj aining the
ol uur .- estra on
ii 'i i'
and I est of the f ol

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: to doors ol Yiddish 11 i
, ii thi Reef' is
-- in ti,i j of that interest at is the growing
interest in Yiddish literature and authors al th< ci
campuses tin ougl II Singet
is i b< i age
It would be pretentious to saj that Yiddish currentl)
i, enjoying revival The stark tact is thai minority ton
Dg the impact of the American mainstream.
But a valui is no less i value because it- appeal is a
limited one Hail the millions not periebed, Yiddish toda>
ini_ht have been the second language in Israel, as it eight-
bill) should Also, should the soviet Union relent In its
suppression ol Jewish cultural life, it u conceivable that
Yiddish could again income the language of most of its
Jew I
Unfortunately, few in our American Jewish common
it> aie (a SB I Uar with the remarkable literal] achieve
ol our modern Yiddish writers, both in prose and
in verse
View of Jewish Mama Has Changed
A YOON*-MAN mined Green-T
^ urg has written a funny book.'
How to be a Jewish Mdin.i llei
.I- I- ol oee .lewish mama who was,
d what .sh< thought el the Cm
aii Reds She said. In ever)
Ii.: e-i'.v tharc are omc trouble!
makers" So the Jewish mamas)
Oa'l knew much about baseball
I recall in my childhood lieai
j Yiddish Seng in which a man IokI about his
a fi The last line read, translated: She plays
pia o on the iokshen inoodles- board.'
I'.o'.h of these types of Jewish mamas have
lavgel) vanished. Today, there are Jewish mamas
acquainted with baseball but do not know anything
about the Iokshen' board.
This past week, the New York Herald Tribune
had a Story of an attempted holdup There was a
woman customer in the store She grabbed the
bug by the- arm and tossed him to the floor She
had come recently from Israel. She explained, "'We
do this all the time in our Israel Army training."
This is the new model of the Jewish mania
Ma>be she shows the answer to the growing
ftrnftlom ctf attach* on Ttrnf-n* ln~the tSrsc'Vttfp*
Woman is a good deal of a myater) i..
none) What is money? Economists haw- come
with scores of definitions. The other day we
leaded an Israel Bond conlerence. and then- was
dlscu.--.-Kin ni the subject They sold 585.000.0
worth ol i n ills in l!H>4 and that is (pule a bit
nione> One of the delegates defined moncj
stored up BBergy:" whereupon he was challenge
by Sam Rothberg. the national chairman ol i
Lund campaign. "Your definition of money \&
wrong." said Rothberg. The best definition, be .->..
was that of Mendel Mai'an/: "Money is a kind
disease which those who have it don't hk.
spread."
Nalutm Sokolow used to tell about his "rebbi
Ifenasse Cutler He was a saintly man who km
noihing whatever about money. His wile was
businesswoman and he sat all day and pored
the Hebrew nooks One day, the rabbi was i-aUt
to a "Ix'th din," .11 bitr.ition piocccdin: and >
conclusion was offered a few rubles
What is that'.' he queried. "It's money,
was told, "give to your wife. She will know wl
to do with it You can get fish with it."
Copifol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Israel-U.S. Relations Normalize
Washington |
ARE ISRAEL-Ameruan relations nor-
^ i ... Lies' in i.ii pe'nl when- specie'
s-.o-i lor Israel is no longer need
i .. (he White House Presidenl Jobn-I
sen apparenU) leel* Ibis lo be the case
Tin President mainl) concerned I
--i considerations and the Inuldin-
H- Ci ..' .sot 'i t\ ." is cautiously]
iHiiiiin. foreign controversies
Tin- White House will not designate a new .lewish
ad\ soi Myer Feldman Mr Feldman. special
t!i. President, recentl) resigned Israeli ;
Ii \. i'I now be handled b) the State Department with
out the watchful eye of Mr Feldman
Israel polity questions will be grouped with olki
world problems b) Presidential adviei McGeorge
. n \ olo J ii.;.'
i' hoped tbut t Pn
v even i r the nation I
had inm. ated
years checking |
. -
i nd positioi papers on Ihe Middli i .--;
li.-p. rtment Ulbough di
: .-. udvisol '.
House to normakze israel-Ainericai leia -.
n ii si ihc next crisis finds Stati Department
ifficere again eek
This was the past patti rn il itinn a< k
- 'i.i- establishment i i Israel
During the Truman Administration accordii lo
ii.i-x Truman's own words, the Department sought sys
ten..,in ally to sabotage Israel in favor ol the Vrabs 'I'm
vva> sD distrustful of the Department, that hi asked that
duplicate copies of all reports from 'he I S. Emhass) in
Tel A-i\ be sent direct!) to the White House
"iin passing years, the State Department rob be-
came more subtle. During Ihe Eisenhower Almimstra
nun ihe Department characterised its Near Eastern pol
icy as oi.....iipartial friendship This inve I
-hip for Nasser's Ku>pt but certainly no 'pa
ward Israel The Department tended to
and put on Israel.
Maxwell Rabb served .i> President I-'.i-' i I
visei oi Ii i ah matters and ,i- secretar) ol ihc
But il little evidence thai Presidenl Eim-j
heeded tin adviee of Mr Rabb The man who >
shot.-on Israel as Secretar) of State John I
Mi Feldman enjoyed an entirel) different .
ship with Presidents Kenad) and Johnson In I
year of lh< Ke-nnedy Administration, di
to Israel mounted to a level three times as
in-.: tin l.;s nhowei 'i i An Arab ml
some State Departmenl elements, feared b
as dangerous t" Iheir secunt) was gjuickl) n
White House
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lions in authorizing tbe sale ol Hawk
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natu n. A few
new i iici til
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.nis for i
toll e of the Joi dan River walei -
Presidtnt Johnson's invitation t" Israi
istei Eshki i .i~i June was ol monumental uni
marked Ihi nisi official stale usvitetion l< ar
Ic-.idei 'I In Presidopt re-marked that "back dool
mac) "a" no longer necessary. The Presidenl
reassurances on Israels defense requirements
A bold new concept in nuclear desalting ol
was advanced b) Johnson it bee a ma kao>
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By SAUL CARSON
Rights of \\ omen and Human Right
i
j^i-JE OF THE hui
numbi yean
-
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ncans espi cial I) Um > mn .. .
i i ..i i .. lin b takes whim
rai ted, it ma) seem I
ngi that such a declaration has to be adopted
Ihc I \ But tbe fact lhal in mar.)
Ihe -.v. rid. woman is not onl) denied Ihe righl to
she is denied almost all rights except (he
privilege of bearing children and working for the
welfare of the male.
Throughout the Middle Mast as indeed, in
too man) other sections ef the underdevi loped coun-
tries oi the world the woman is -till the beast of
burden while the male- nili -
Thirty live governments have made proposals
to Ihe IN lor improvement of the lot ol woman
vHiistandin--! among the 35 is Israel In a meiuoi
ai.eiuni to the United Nations, submitted at the re
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O ( onunuait) i
rale i'i womei
, ...uiiie- and attempting lo fn
ii al rob u hat Israel < i *
10 repo i i a.isi it i- so Wflll known l.i .i.i -.-:
lhal and loda) s Israeli hMtbears -
ancient i nies have aluays considered
equal
Some la) whin enough knowlcdj,!- about
realit Israel and general Jewish hie ami I
tor) j the Arab Curtain, million- ol
in the \ ..ends iua> start wondering
geverni and then culture. Still discrinn
against niojters a>u\ daugbtAri Ihe Arab woi
who carrici -the hcavv load, while her husband rut
ina.-teriul.v wn the donkey. ma\ tait deinain
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(bruary 5, 1965
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Mt. Sinai Raises I Beth David Men's Club
Nurses' Salaries ''"'"'l)av"' Men's nub win ,K,ve
, .... its montniv noarn meet in" oa
A new ull-time "hmh in nurses
.salaries at Mount Sinai Hospital Tuesday at 8 p.m. __^
was approved unanimously by its
M*oand Of Trustees* at t meeting AH YOU IURE OF *
last week. YOUR YAHRZEIT DATE?
Academy Senior High School for Girls
ar Bass Museum accompanied by Mrs. John
Kt. Shown is Prot Daniel N. Lawrence, lec-
irr.at the Bass Museum, explaining the pic-
ir ntitled "Lot and his Family Leaving So
.orc." by Peter Paul Rubens. Left to right are
Prof. Lawrence, Mrs. Bass and rtudents of 'he
school. Bonnie Sue Brody, Robin Zelkowitz.
Sandra Ehrenreich, Toby Cavell, Sally Lieb-
man, Dianne Matza. Marcia Ahman. and
Carolyn Budnick.
Teen-Age Tour to Israel Listed by Zionist Group
Plans for eneouragintz greater
numbers ot .lew ish youtli to visit
Israel during the summer of 1965
ivefe>ennouiuid this week by the
American "Zionist Youth Commis-
sion.
dThe Commiion plans to achieve
his tar< i-b. \w publicizing its
-rael Tmu lor Teen-Agers. a
even-week I icalional travel pro-
am ir, i I >r is to 18-year-old
=rench Nazis
Ready' for Jews
Centinud from Page 1-A
'ronchri! < flati'le Mi '. ..
randson o- famous French

irtist Claud mot. ,,s tl\.> "Fueh
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high school students who are not
affiliated with any national Tew
ish youth organization
According to Bernard Weis-
berg, director of the Youth Com-
mission. 250 young people from
all parts of the United States
have taken part in the program
since its inception in 1960. He
noted that "the Israel Tour for
Teen-Agers is the only teen-age
tour of Israel available to unaf-
filiated Jewish youth."
Israel Tour for Teen-Agers leaves
the i S bj iet the first week in
luly and returns the last week of
Vugusl The seven-week schedule
Includes excursions to all pails
c nintrj. discussions and lee-
ires bj experts on key facets of
Israel life, visits to Biblical and
modern points of interest, and op-
.....I mil ies '" meel Israeli youth
n their homo* and al social gath-
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and Israeli leaders who super* isc
and guide the group from depart
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The program i spi ins.....i bj the
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Nurses employed at .Mount Sinai
will receive the highest salaries
offered in any non-profit, volun-,
tary hospital in the entire state.,
I according to Leonard Abess, pres-
' ident.
Abess said that "Mount Sinai
Hospital will be the first non-gov- j
ernmental hospital in the entire
State of Florida to start Registered
Nurses" salaries at over $400 per
month with this new pay increase.''
Abess said that the board made;
the unanimous decision so that
"nursing salary scales at Mount
Sinai Hospital would be competi-
tive with those bein* paid at north
em communities in order to attract
more nurses to this area and to
prevent l>>sini; lecel m rses tc other
communities."
"We are aiming al tha out-of-town
nurse. said Abess. "who would
like to cone to Miami Beach anil
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u> c*.> so because at >arary scales.
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Miami. Florida. Friday, February 5, 1965
Section B
here in a planning session, for the reception to launch
th Report from Israel Art Exhibit are reading from left So right.
Mr*. Leo Levin, Sisterhood president; Mrs. Seymour Silver-
man, chairman. Beth Sholom Festival of the Arts; Mrs. David
Druc.ier, chairman of the Beth Sholom Art Gallery: and Mrs.
Jack M. Fink, member of the Beth Sholom Art Gallery Com-
mitted
Beth Sholom to Show
Israel Artists' Work
Twt
sen by
rator,
ern Ai
Amen
the co
the ne
Sholoi
Ave.,
mcnt
chairr:
Gaiter:-
A r.
Beth S
chain
man.
j -three Israeli artists, cho
\illiam Seitz, associate cu-
. w York Museum of Mod-
lor a traveling show in
an museums throughout
-try. will be represented in
art exhibition at the Beth
Art Gallery, 4144 Chase
cording to an announce-
y Mrs. David Drinker,
;.n of the Beth Sholom An
Committee.
eption. sponsored bj the
lom Festival of the Arts,
by Mrs. Seymour Silvet
II take place on Sundaj
afternoon, Feb. 14. trom 4 to 6 p.m.
Shimon Yallon. southeastern Is
raeli Consul, has accepted an Invi-
tation and will attend the recep-
tion.
Working with Mrs. Drucker on
the program for the afternoon are
Mrs. Leo Levin. Sisterhood presi-
dent, and Mrs. Jack If. Fink,
member of the Beth Sholom Art
Committee.
The 23 whose works will be shown
were chosen by Seitz alter he had
examined the output ot over 700
Israeli artists in their homeland.
as well as in Paris, Ne York and
other cities.
Cedars Women Slate Program
Second public meeting in their elude I)r Richard P. Emerson. Orkin. executive director of the
People Who Care' series will be medical director ot the Child Guid-' "avert School tor Mentally Re
sponsored on Tuesday, 10 to 12'; ance Clinic at the University of tarded.
noon, by Cedars of Lebanon Aux-j Miami, who will present the film In charge of the public service
iliary at the hospital. i and conduct the discussion ses- program are Mrs. Sidney Arono
Problems of Dade County's men-lsion; John H. Yeatts, executive vita, arrangements: Mrs. Ben Oreti,
tally and emotionally disturbed: director of the Mental Health So- ways and means; Mrs David A.
will" be aired at the educational j ciety of Miami; and Kenneth H. Hess, publicity,
session, featuring talks by author-
ities in the field, question-and-'
answer periods, and showing of a
film. "Who (ares for Jamie? ^ ^^ y^^ ^^ ^ specjal ^.yn y]oren(.e Creenberg. Sarah
President Mrs. Ted Lotterman |unchcon at her npw nomc ,n the Greenberg. Edward Horowitz. Sam
U^T^Vc^^(T^^ T^r, for the Henrietta Levenson. Morris Kogan. Max
ens unit for three years, and win-! Szold Croup of Hadassah. honor- Neustein. Frieda Salit. Bessie Spen.
ner of a number of awards for pub-j ing the group's "Women of Valor." Elizabeth Zentler, Fannie Stem
lie service in health and welfare; Honored for generous eontribu- and Abraham Kitzen.
work, has been appointed chairman tions this year to the Hadassah
ol the day. Medical (enter were Mesdames Mrs. Feller is president of the
Headliners in the program In- Joseph Alexander. Molly Bern- group.
Hadassah Members Honored
n
j
bv ISABEL GROVE
annual sale! f* ^
Str,.000 worth W^^IS
prestige
label suits
from New York for their
\isit to Miami and par-
Rabbi and Mrs Jonah K
are Faith and Max Cel
, son Eli Librarian
em College for Women ol
,i Universitj. Max met his
n alum ol the I'.. when she
student there He is
tibrar.\ consultant t" the
York Federation's 116 in-
ns Last week, word
from Forest Hills. N. Y.
ie former Shulamit Caplan
isband Avrom Relchman
parent- Of their first
,i son So. the proud
tarents winged north this
lor the naming ceremony
ield "ii Feb 5
taking enough time to tin
and repack. Mrs Hutu E
i: with a three month vaca-
in Chicago behind her, is
to Vlaracaibo, Venezuela,
, other three months
. be visiting with sun Mel.
wife, Dr Leah B Cooper,
ave a little brother oi sis
2-year-old Debbie around
c ginning ol March .
Iher birth Of interest her.'.
Tra<. l.yn. daughter of Mr. and
Mis Man M Roienlhal, and
flan laughter ol Coral Gables'
re. i Rosenthals, born Jan. 20
Hi Col imbus. 0.
I Fru ads and relatives from all
par' the country gathered in
_K<> Wesl last month ft r fie
lirl celebration at B'nai
So i Synagogue honoring Mrs
3s. \i Weintraub Pio i
Westers Mrs Weintraub
ar<< i husband, the late Ber
mai i mtraub, founded the s> n-
ago: in the early 1900's .
Rabbi \ ithan Zwitman, paying
tribute to the guest ol honor,
spoke "t her "good works, good
deeds, and t stering of Jewish
life in Ihe community" .
Among happy guests were Mrs
Weintraub's daughters. Mrs Jen-
nie Appelrouth and Celia Wein-
traub, botn ol Miami Beach, and
president ol the Kej West Syna-
gogue, son Isadore Weintraub
and wife Gilda.
Gala celebration this Fridaj al
Ihe home "f Mr. and Mr.-. Jos-
eph 1 Moskowita, 640 Santander
Ave.. in honor oi Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Issenberg. former Cor-
al Gableites now living in Bos-
ton The Issenbergs were here
lor Ihe marriage ot then son,
Steven, lo the former Carol Kap-
ner on Jan 31 The bride-
groom i- in his junior year at the
Universit> ol Miami School ol
Medicine His bride i> the
daili bter ol the Herman Kapners.
Braving the northern elements.
Florence K tpperman leaving for
Long Man,I to attend the Bar
Mitzvah ol great-nephew Gary
Stephen Klein next weekend .
Son ol the David Kleins, of Wood
mere, Stephen and sister Penny
equally devoted to Florence
Have been urging her to visit
them for month-, delays due to
her many club commitments im-
pressing them not at all.
Loyal Miami Beach visitors
s rice the early 20's, New Yorkers
Cora a n d Charles Rosenthal
I uests at the Eden Roc for their
ar w inter journ Dur
:i,_ iheit three months here.
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PTA Meeting
Central Beach Elementary School
PTA will have a general WtBt&m
on Tuesday evening at the *chool
:420 Washington Ave
PmlmJHglH. Dr John Hall
;i.n-- 'ill di-cu- The Gneral
XTtit i.).-* and Pressure* Put Cpon
our Y'xith Tod Immediate
:>a-t presdent -f Practicing P\
- of America. Dr Jor.es
ha* tMitfhl al m Oklahoma.
Alabama jni Florida
A panel of Central Beach par
-r.'- .>:!, [)- J.ne M a-
iHM aspect! i the talk
:nen are Mrs Bn
Kanner and Mr Barbara Truhin
\ii-v Elaine Spear :- PTA prei
and Ler1 -.-_ ii
odI
PI
Lonthron meet, ^
.2ht w.il be heM Tu*.*dy ^*
PaaUiacMaaa Hotel i,ues(
tr mm be Dr Joseph v.-
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YOHK(JTA)A bronze to the .).000.000 suflerin^ .lews of Senjamin GaasmMI, respectively
on ih' tacade of ;i syna-,the Soviet Union." niritual leader and president <>i
cross the street from the The dedicatory ceremonies were the congregation,
union's Mission to the I'ni- conflucteil at the synagogue, Con- Following the ceremonies, a ca-
ptions was dedicated here, gregation Zichron Ephraim, by pacity audience attended a pro-
1 ... i living monumenl Rabbi Arthur Schneider and Judge test meeting against So\ iel anti-
Semilisni in the synagogue\s sanc-
tuary.
Addresses were delivered by
Gov. Nelson A Rockefeller, Mayor
Robert F Wagner, U. S. Sen. Jacob
K Javits and Hubert F Kennedy,
Label A. Ka'z. national president
ot the B'nal B nth. and Stanley
Lowell, chairman ol the New York
City Commission on HumajjJ^nliV'-
Rank Conferred Here
Amony the 25 candidates-in-waiL
Ing who received the rank i>t
knight at the next regular in
ing ot the George Gershwin
Knights of Pythias Lodge held on
Monday, 7:30 p.m.. al the Surt>
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Temple Ner Tamid will honor Mr. and Mrs. Michael Glazier
and Mrs. Nathan Salomon during Friday evening services this
wMk They will be cited for endowing part of the Ark in the
main sanctuary. Left to righ'. are Rabbi Eugene Labovitz,
spiritual leader, Mr. and Mrs. Glazier, Mrs. Salomon and Mur-
ray Shaw, president of Ner Tamid, who with Mrs. Shaw will
hart tr e Oneg Shabbat in their honor.
OUT Leaders To Meet Here
Meeting- of the National Field
ExpaBM.'ii Committee of Women's
American OUT will be held Feb.
4 and .' jt the home of Mrs. Harry
RosenbJ. t'. newly-elected member.
Board C Directors. American OUT
Federation, national vice presi-
dent of Women's American OKT.
and chairman of the National Field
Expansion Committee for the
Souther; area
Attending will be committee
member Mrs. Jack Bressler, At-
lanta, Ga.; Mrs. Henry Pariser,
Birmingham. Mich.; Mrs. Flor-
ence Kupperman. No. Bay Village;
Mr*. M. rgaret Newman Steam,
Bay Harbor Islands; and Mrs.
Harry Becker, Detroit and Miami
Beach, chairman of the National
Field Expansion Committee for
the Southwest.
Purpose of the meetings is to
discus.-- plans for further expansion
in the South
New chapters were recently form-
ed in Richmond. Va.. Houston.
Tex.. Orlando, and last week the
Southeastern Florida Region add-
ed a 17th chapter in the Harbor
House apartment of Mrs. Eva
Shapiro.
Technion Women
Slate Luncheon
On Friday noon. Feb. 12, Miami
Beach Chapter. Women's Division
of Technion. will hold its mid-win-
ter luncheon meeting at the DiLido
Hotel.
In addition to progress reports
h> various chairmen, there will be
a visual tour and narration given
bj Mis Jay Dermer. who recently
returned from several months in
Israel.
Mrs Nan Cohen is m charge of
the program. Life members and
trustees will be honored by Chair-
man Mrs. Trudy Hamer-chlag
Hostess Committee is headed by
Mi- David Pome. Ticket chair-
man is Mrs. Harry Platoff.
Mrs. Milton Sirkin Is chapter
president
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Miami Chapter of Hadassah Groups
Meet for HMO and Music Programs
Miami Chapter of Hadassah has
scheduled meetings and events
during the month of February.
Chai Group will bold ;? general
meeting on Monday at Tyler's
Park Restaurant. Miami Gardens
Dr. Breakfast will be served at 9:15
a.m. Dr. Morton Rosenberg will
present a lecture and film on the
new Dental School at the Hadassah
Medical Center in Jerusalem found-
ed by Alpha Omega.
On Saturday. Feb. 13. 9 p.m..
Chai Group will hold a champagne
party at the home of Mrs. Harriet
Annis. Admission is one filled
''Eye Bank" which help to fight
tiachoma. The anti-trachoma serv-
ice in Jerusalem and environs, ex-
amines 10.000 toddlers and school
children through its mobile unit
which is maintained by the Medi-
cal Center staff as one of the pre-
ventive health services of the
Center.
*
On Thursday. Albert Einstein
Group was to hold a card party at
Washington Federal at 12:30 p.m.
Proceeds go to the Hadassah-He-
hrew University Medical Center.
Most of the important structures in
the 21-ouilding complex are com-
pleted and in operation.
The group will hold its Monday
meeting at 12 noon at Washington
Federal. No. Miami Beach Blvd.
Miss Lita Quejado. a representa-
tive of the Miami Heart Fund, will
speak on "The Heart."
Highlighting Jewish Music Month.
Menorah Group will feature Joan
Field, internationally-known Amer-
ican concert violinist, at a meeting
Monday. 12:30 p.m.. at Hillel House
on the campus of the University
ol Miami.
Miss Field is a native born
American who has made her home
in Miami Beach for the past 12
years. She has appeared many
times in this city, both in recital
and as guest soloist with the Uni-
versity of Miami Symphony.
Since 1959, she has made eight
tours, of Europe, playing concerts.
broadcasting and making records
for Decca.
Last year she played in Israel
for the first time, appearing in re-
cital, on "Kel Israel"' and spent
the summer teaching at Hebrew
Universin.
This year she plans to return to
Israel and participate in the for-
mation and development of the
Music Department at the Hebrew
University, where a Joan Field Li-
brary of Music was established.
Chairman of the Jewish Music
Month program is Mrs. Victor
Stern; program chairman. Mrs.
Phil Abrams; and president, Mrs.
Louis Bellin-Tinkler.
Chaim Weizmann Group will hold
its regular meeting on Monday, 8
p.m., at the Women's Pioneer Club.
250 NW North River Dr. Guest
speaker will be Oscar Rappaport.
His topic will be "Jewish Ethical
Values."
.
Aviva Group will meet 10 a.m..
Monday, for a "Books. Bagels and
Brunch" affair. A capsule review
of new books by Jewish authors
will be offered by Mrs. Harvey
Friedman, and Mrs. Hyman Fried,
man will give a cooking demonstra-
tion. Meeting will be held at the
home of Mrs. Norman Landau.
6750 SW 122nd St.
A card party and luncheon for
Hadassah Medical Center for
members of Mt. Scopus Group will
be held on Monday. 11:30 a.m., at
Beth David Social Hall.
Cantor Nico l-cldtnan will dis>
CUSS "Jewish Music'" at the 8 p.m.,
Monday meeting of Naomi Group
at Coral Gables Federal

Torah Group will have a hohliy
show, bazaar and smorgasbord
lunch at noon Monday at Coral Ga-
bles Women's Club.
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Thursday. Feb. 11, 8:30 p.m.. at the
Temple for an evening which will
include a guest speaker, refresh
iron's and a social hour. Group
is open to all singles. IS to 45.
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Friday. February 5.
^^ociatite ... by Isabel K^f
rove
Continue* from Pag. IB
ley "I! be entertained by lone
time frteWN. the Ab-KiseRRrg-.
nd the Len Zilberts The
peripatetic Charles will celebrate
,->- H8fh birthday in May .
Former City Manager of Mi
:mi Beach Morri- Lipp. cele
>ated his 66th birthday with
!r- Upp and friends with a din
ner party at Bill Jordan's Res
laffjrnri las; Thursday Amon-
those attending U* :<-tive occa
Service to Fete
Rabbi Ever
\_u M-terhood and affiliated or
I rtWl :ll host a reception
5i rdej Kei- f. after ser\u. -
then -pintual leader.
:-. k Ever upon the rm.,
damage, Sunday. Feb
. p.ttl in the synagogue, to Hiss
it() Claire Willner
i :tie main sanctuary
I I An overflow attend
ri will remain standing dunr._
gious ceremony to be por-
ed .\ -i en local rabbi-
Rabbl Pinchas Briskman. of New
; City, "ill be guest speaker
the services which -tart at 8 3"
Massachusetts Club Meeting
lertainment and refreshments
b< included when the Hassa
ells Club of Greater Miami
n Wednesday evening at
Sea I-le Hotel. President John
r lacob will preside
lion were Mr and Mrs Baron de
Hireh Meyer. Mr and Mr-
Mickey Kraus. Mr and Mrs. Paul
Fleischer, UTfil TfcTrs Inez Kren
-ky
Ju-t returned from Washington
where the> witnessed the lnaU8
ur..Tinn. are the Edward T N>
mans, of Da>tonia Rd They
were house guests of Cong Dante
I- aacell during their stay
B -> da* .'an 23 tor Howard
Dade Federal Exec Retires
Joseph M Lipton. president ol
Dade Federal Savings and Loan
tssociatiM of Miami, announced
the retirement of Charles Beatty
he Bostrd of Directors and
ae an officer of the Association
Bi att) one of the group of busi-
smen whe organized Dade Fed
rral in 1984, also served a- a vice
president
Workmen's Circle
Concert Sunday
u rknit it's Circle Branches and
Women's Clubs in Greater Miami
i\ nsoring a eoticen Sunday.
- i n at Miami Beach Senior
Mith School, featuring Sidor Be
;. rskj
Proceeds are for I. I'eretz
Workmen Schools in Greater Mi-
ami
On Tuesday. 1 L Pereta Schools
.ill hold a lecture with M. Bern-
stem, editor of Der Weckcr.'" at
1545 S\v 3rd SI al 8 p.m.
Some Good Seoli Still Available!
Special Matinee Sunday 3:30 P.M.
MENASHA SKULNIK in "SEIDMAN &. SON'
OPENING FEB. 9
CLAUDETTE COLBERT BRIAN AHERNE
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Presents the /nfernafionol/y Famous Artists
ISRAEL WELICHANSKY MASCHA BENYA
i i Series of Character Portrayal! interpreter of 'sraeo. v,ddih
and Scene* from j:wiin life. .md international Folh Songs
MADAME NANA SCHAKERT
"on a- Swiss American Concert Violinist
ESTHER BARRETT at the piano
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28th 8 P.M.
Miami Beach Sr High School. Dade Boulevard (21st St.)
Washington Avenue. Miami Beach
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Reservations Required: JE 2-3600
m n of -Mrs PegQ Mhulman
In the monui'ii he Iwfjme Bar
Mitrval .it lempJe Kmanu-KI.
with I)r Irvine Lehrman oflici
;,t.n^ Luncheon in his honor
i (lowed the ceremony In the
evening;, then- was an intimate
family dinner and a party for
the yOUTig BUn's classmate.- in
the dining room of the Imperial
House Enjoying the whole
- festivities Howard's grand-
parents, (he \ .i Molaskys and
.... ,i tlves
Delighted with the -peed and
grace shown by Frontier Mar-
shall" .it beautiful Pompano
Raceway*, owner Lillian Pearl-
man artd (he Mill n Cohens, of
the Morton Tower- In two
Starts last week, the 3-year-old
came in second and then first .
Those eyebrows winch were
rai-ed when Charles "Chuck"
Posner announced thai he was
retiring from hi- post :i- mam
ing director ol the Ma/Jars Ho
ti-l ,t short while hatk in order
to de\ t.. full time to his paint
in will haw to try for a new
high no" Critics irom the art
wotid who previewed DRintmg: to be exhibited at a
iii.in ihow next month at the
Beth Sholom Gallery waxing en-
tlm-ia-tif ahoul iii- work
Cardiac Chapter
Plans Two Meets
Heaular meeting of Miami thap
ter 2. National Children s CaidftM
Hospital on Tuesday at 1 p.m..
will be followed by a book review
of "Too Young to be a Grandfath-
er." presented by Mrs. Frank
Kerdvk
On Tuesday noon. Feb. 16. the
chapter is holdinu a -morRanbord
luncheon and card party, with all
proceed- earmarked for the care
of th- indigent children in the hos
pital
fWypM Ni9hf Slofed
"Calypso NijM
ing.
ft-aturinj ^
entertainment Jnc\
n-ents sponsored by Single p!
.-i-t- ot Miami Beach, uill t s*
on Sunday. 8:30 pm ;,t the w
inuton Federal Savinga ana iZ
\--ociation. 1133 Normandy Dr
LEON SCMACHTERS
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' Leonard Bernstei"
Overture to "Candide'
2 W A Moi.Tt
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'Aqua Varieties'
To be Seen Here
"Aqu.i Varieties." a one-lvmi-
watt* >peetaeular hosted by the
buabaml-and-wife team of (lordon
and Sheila MaeKae. will feature
-water I'allet. thrill and comply
actr v addition to the Chad Mit-
chftf Tim. one of today's most
poptria: '. iHin1; folksinyiny groups.
TV special program, the sec-
ond in 'In- "Kleetrical Showcase"
series, will be telecast on ABC-TV
this Sunday at 7:30 p.m. Sponsored
here by Florida Power and Liy'it
Conipa the programs are pre
sented ly a nationwide yroup of
inveatoi'!> nt-d electric utility com-
panies
"Aqu. Varieties" will be staged
in Mid around the outdoor swim
ming pool oi the Kontainebleau
Hotel
Dr. Wolfson to Lecture
Thin: !ei ;ure on "The U rid We
Live In will be uiven by Or Abra
ham Wo||'-on. belore the Spmo/.i
Forem Mr Adult Education meet
ing next Thursday morning, 10 to
12 noon, in the auditorium of
Waakin.t.m Federal. t23t Wash
ington V.e II K. Kaden is chair-
Rev. Kari Will
Address A JCong.
Luncheon Feb. 16
Mrs. Irvinf J. Kaplan, fund
raising chairman of the Women >
Division. American Jewish Con-
crete, announces that the Rev Max
Karl, director of the Florida Reg
ion. National Conference ot Chris
liana and Jews, will be special
guest at a donor luncheon of the
division on Tuesday noon Feb. it>.
at the Roney Plaza Hotel.
Rev. Karl has had an active
career, including radio and tele-
vision. For many years, he was as-
oc!ated with community organiza-
tions serving the public wellarc.
health and education.
Rev. Karl will speak en "To Big
(.tryNo Sanction' at the Feb. 16
luncheon.
Participating in arranging the
luncheon arc Mrs. Leonard Sider-
sky. president of Biscaync Chap-
ter, and Mrs. Ben Weintraub. don-
or chairman of the chapter: .Iirs
Sylvia Silvers, president of Jus
tine Chapter, and Mrs. Harry
Wolk. fund-raisins chairman; Mrs
Joseph Albuquerque, president of
Louise Wise Chapter, and Mrs.
Anne Tanenbaum. donor chair-
man; Mrs. Benjamin Kamcn. na-
tional vice president of the Worn
en's Division, representing Miami
Chapter, and Mrs. Isaac Weinberg-
i i. donor chairman.
In charge of information and
reservations is Joseph I. Yanich,
regional director.
TW3 Girl' Now
At Fontainebleau
Nancj tmes, blonde star oi
NBC's "That Wa8 the Week thai
Wl s." opened at Ihe Fontainebleau
!! lei's Club Gigi on Wednesday
lei ;i limited engagement through
St turday
His< Ames every week stars as
lh e-TW! Girl" on the NBC net-
work, singing the show's catchy
theme with a new batch of sharp
tongue! or si) lyrics usually peg-
ged to the headlines ol the past
seven days.
fudge Stone to Talk
Miami Junior Lh nercc Auxiliary will have its an-
lual luncheon Feb. 10 at the Black
.ngus Restaurant on Coral Way,
vith newly-elected Juvenile Judge
ion Stone as main speaker. Mrs.
lorry Siegei, in charge of arrange-
lenla, said a report will also be
iven on organization support of
he Children's Hume Society lo-
;;llv.
Mrs. Czech Will
1e Honored Here
For the past five years, it has
lean a tradition tor the Hebrew
eademy Women to celebrate the
birthday of one of their "founding
anthem," Sarah Czech. This year's
lirtVlav part) wi
day, Feb. 11.
Well-known in
ror her interest i
'ion, the State of
aspects of Jewish
II be held Thins
the community
n Jewish educa-
Israel and other
life, many corn-
will
be present to
many happy
fn Loren Mastroianni
%l&* Marriage Italian Style
[ Open 1 :30 I
I munity leaders
! wish Mrs. C/e' M
returna of the day
A special program in honor of
i the celebrant will be presented by
Ihe Junior High Department of
the school. An original playlet
written by Mrs. Mortimer Burton
will be directed by Charles Fran-
kel. of the school's English and
; Drama Department
The birthday party, called for
1 p.m.. will be held in the Sarah
Czech Board of Directors Room
which the celebrant endowed and
dedicated to the Hebrew Acad-
emy Women.
Mrs Czech has received many
citations for outstanding contribu-
tions to the Zionist Organization,
Combined Jewish Appeal. Jewish
Theological Seminar) of America,
Hadassah. Home for the Aged,
Bonds for Israel, and other civic
and religious causes
Beach Bar Will Meet
Miami Beach Bar Association
Monday will meet to revise it-
charter and by-laws at a noon lun-
! cheon at the DiLido Hotel. Morris
| Berick. president, announced the
meeting will honor lour newly ap-
pointed Dade County judges named
by former tiov. Ferris Brvant
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Friday. Ptferacry 5, |
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
it ',, *',' Jjdi'h Mrs Be-njamn Gind) i-
in jr .it kind of an atmosph-n- Htr
| Youngerman. on* of Miami ouuianrhrig
painters Judith -a born in Mew Ha%en. onn She had
an -' i aekground ir, I I *rl\ childhood.
Studying with a protege of Isadora Duncan Shr also paint
BH schools at intt-rAali among th-m Tyler Art
vh'cJ. then the L'nnrrsty of Miami b-n hi-r family mo\-
*xj her* where she reserved her AB degr< i
Juoith opened a studio to teach modern dancein fact,
'he vat tt i Brat < OWMOt in that field on the Beach She
met her futur< husband at a
dance, where she decided to teach
him to be conn a better dancer
But the sear' have rolled by and
haven't found time for that
yt Judith Bays that her family,
her hu-band. daughter Deborah
and 14-month-old Daniel come fir-t
in her life
People tend to think of artistic
people II up in the clouds so
Judith believe* she i- fortunat' to
have a real down-to-earth husband
who tells hei to handle tht art-
and he will i F of the Miath
and ; eneral se iem r and an i I
the children i qu< I Judith ii
nol teaching a- much theae daya,
return .1 much oi doing a*- mucn choreography. Her
Iber and huaband have encouraged her to develop her
talent for sculpting Judith enjoys working with chlldrei
i pecially her own Teaching dancing to them ia to mold
the child ihe mold' clay she la to verj enthusiaa-
ai it there It the jo> of creative motion sh- ha' cap-
lured tl ol movement in hei sculptured figure
d a i i i
Judith works ;n clay, but i- always eagei trj new
material! One of her ii cast in fitx-r glaai Pre*-
' she i- ir. pliable metal In metal, she ex-
plain! the I. urei an Ihird-di >l because I pj ean
'I fron angle Modern dance and sculpture
and with Judith. Preaently, she- ia working on
part o) .i mother-daughter exhibit which will be shown
-I tl.......in il '.iove Playhouae
Bui eve and weekends finds the day undei co ei
I...I-. .i word about modern dance The husband and
papa an catered to Movies spectatoi sporta, relaxing
are iii<- or>i. i ol tin da) The Gindys are bleaaed with a
i|> ol clo friends who find interesting things to do,
who .ii i>i.<' ord and ideas stimulating At present
d 'ii i- being coerced into learning to pla> cards So tar.
i beei iccessful in warding oil that da)
\ .i family the Gindys like to bike and explore when
Debb) doean'l have to go to school, the) rent a camper,
put Daniel in > portabed and away the) yei. The) find
it diversification of teener) abounds in Florida, contrary
o the opinion ol others it s hard to believe that Judith's
creative fingen that capture m clay 'In- way a dancer
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Frarr ingtos Mass
Attending the couple were the
BB Join Kapner.
and the bridegroom s brother.
I hilip D'cnberg
The bridal gown of silk organza
reembroioered aleocofl lace
applique wa' styled w.rh a Basque
bodice with sabnna neckline, and
elbow-lengtT sleeves The full.
Door-length, 'kirt with velvet bow
at th< sriitt and velvet trim down
the front ended in a chapel train
Now teaching in Miami, the bride
i- a graduate of Coral Gables
High, and a graduate cum Laode.
of the University of Florida, where
III wa' a member of Alpha Y.\>
silon F*hi Sorority and received
the "Outstanding Senior" award.
She served a- Florida Blue Ke>
speaker, vice president of Lyce-
um Council, and was a vanity
cheerleader.
The bridegroom also graduated
from Coral Gables Mieh. where ht
was president of AZA. and the I'm-
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the L'niverait) of Miami Medical
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Mr, and Mrs Norman Reinhard.
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Faith Susan, to Haiman Long
("le-in, 'on of Mr and Mrs Berry
i lein, 330 NW 44th \\.
A graduate of the Hebre
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to the United States in 1962. She
attendee! Miami High. th- Iniver
sit) of Florida, and is now a slu-
lent at Miami Dade Junior Col
Her fiance also graduated from
Miami High, attended the Univer-
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if the- University of Miami.
The couple plans to be married
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T"lMPLE Beth Tor ah held a
^pJestinionial dinner Saturday
night in the Grand Ballroom of
tfe%])caiivillc Hotel. Honored was
Dr. |1 ax A. Lipschitz, celebrating
hi* fifth >ear .it Beth Torah, his
iSth year in the rabbinate, and
H^KConfernnp ol his PhD. by the
Univer.-n> of Wisconsin.
Ffcr the event, Mrs. Lipschitz
a white cut velvet brocade
which featured a floral pat-
tern, a low back accented with a
bow, n.l crystal beading cover-
ing'fee r bodice. Her matching full-
length coat had a Queen Ann col-
lar, which was encrusted with
tbe crvstal beads.
Howard Kalby was chairman
for the evening, and Mrs. Rainy
was in a black crepe sheath gow n
with ihc neckline scooped both
front ;.ml back. A pannier was
attached to one shoulder and
trimmd with black ostrich
feathers. Mrs. Richard Sncider,
wife of the congregation's presi-
dent, those a honey beige bro-
cade i-heath with godet inserts
creating a trumpet flare at the
hemline. Her gown was strapless
and had a red velvet bow at the
waist. Mrs. Irving Newman's
gown featured white sequins
overlaid from the hem up in om-
bre shades of lilac. The neckline
was decollete, with a white chif-
fon stole worn m front and a
banded neckline ol white sequins
softeni.''-* the sheath silhouette.
rRQUOISE chiffon was -elect
ed l\v Mrs. Louise Taylor.
Her Empire waistline was de-
tailed wi t h turquoi-c colored
beadiif.:. Bracelet length sleeves
and free-floating panniers were
featured on her gown. A three-
piece black ensemble was worn
by Mrs. Harold Wolk. Jet bead-
ing on chantilly lace over chiffon
created fashion conversation. Her
hip-length jacket was bordered
at the bottom with wnite mink.
Mrs. Arthur Snydor's black crepe
sheath had a cowled neckline and
was worn with a double-breasted
silver sequined jacket.
Rabbi Lipschitz's father in-
law. Rabbi Moses Lehrman, of
Detroit, was also present. Mrs.
Lehrman's gown was in white silk
crepe with the bodice covered
with white iridescent sequins in
a floral pattern. His uncle, Rabbi
Irving Lehrman, spoke for the
C.reater Miami rabbinate. Mrs.
Irving Lehrman selected a long-
sleeved, black sequin bodice over
a black peau dc soie skirt. A long-
sleeved, burgundy-colored crepe
gown was worn by Mrs. Nathan
Rabinowitz. Her bodice featured
interwoven fabric which created
a ribbon knit effect. Miss Sherry
Rabinowitz was in a white silk
linen sheath with burgundy vel-
vet trim and a white lace over-
jacket.
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L4RS. Stanley Stein's white sat-
" in gown featured a wide
pannier in both front and back,
which started at the waist and
went to the hem. A bugle beaded
bow accented each pannier. Her
high bateau neckline plunged to
a deep V in the back. Ice pink
satin was the choice of Mrs. Mor-
ton Reiss. Her skirt had gold
lame woven into the satin. Mrs.
Abraham .1 Gittleson was in Dior
blue satin and gold lame, with a
graceful full skirt. Carmen red
brocade was the fabric in the
skirt and jacket chosen by Mrs.
Ben Zion Kirschenhaum. Her
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blouse was a matching red crepe,
and her skirt followed a modified
A line silhouette.
Yellow chiffon with a very full
circular skirt was worn by Mrs.
.Martin Lundy. Her bodice was
draped in the Grecian manner in
both front and back. Mrs. Suz-
anne F'opkin's silver brocade had
a high slashed bateau neckline
which dipped to the waistline in
back. A wide pannier went from
the waistline to the hemline in
back, and a self-fabric pouf was
used where the pannier began,
Mrs, Stanley Friedman's porce-
lain blue crepe had the one-inch
shoulder straps, a draped bodice.
and a self fabric rose at the plung-
ing V neckline. Mrs, Ernest Jan-
ko chose a s::ltly-tailored gown
of white silk linen. Black cut vel-
vet Insert! in flower patterns
were featured on her bodice.
Sophie Tucker
To Host Israel
Bond Reception
Miss Sophie Tucker, star of the
Singer in Miami
For Concert
Hermina Pctrcscu-Stowell is in
Miami to arrange for a concert on
Apr. 14 at Dade County Auditor-
ium.
The singer is a soprano noted
for her performances throughout
the world in 15 languages. Orig-
inally from Rumania, she has lived
in Israel and now in America.
She is her own producer, and
her program will include orches-
tral accompaniment.
Ahavat Shalom Party
The public is invited to the
games party being sponsored by
Vhavat Shalom Congregation, 985
9W C7th St.. on Saturday, Feb. 13.
at 8 p.m.
Lorber Chapter
Donor Dinner
Dcauville Hotel will be the scene
of the annual donor dinner of Lor-
ber Chapter, Children's Asthma
Research Institute and Hospital on
Sunday evening.
Financial backing for the asth-
ma-allergy research center and the
free non-sectarian hospital comes
from the 158 volunteer chapters
across the United States.
Women's League
Member Lunch
Recently-organized Miami Beach
Chapter. Women's League for Is-
rael, will hold its first member-
bring a-member luncheon Thurs-
day noon, Feb. 11, at the home of
.Mrs. Morris Schor, 4720 Alton Rd.
Program will include a skit by
Mrs. Gershon Miller; vocal selec-
tions, by Joseph Malek, attorney;
and a film.
Women's League for Israel
Iodises, feeds and trains refugee
girls arriving from all parts of the
world who need help. It also has
a home for the training and edu-
cation of sightless girls, and main-
tains two dormitories, a cafeteria
and a lounge for students at the
Hebrew University in Israel.
entertainment world, will hold a
cocktail reception and dinner to
I honor more than 150 members of
I the Trustees of Israel at the Deau-
iville Hotel on Sunday evening
Samuel Rothberg. of Peoria. Ill .
' national campaign chairman ol
i the Israel Bond Organization, and
; Morris W. Berinstein. of Albany,
\. Y.. national chairman of Trus-
tees of Israel, will be guest speak-
, ers at the dinner.
The reception, which will begin
, at 7 p.m., in the Napoleon Room.
will feature the appearance of
comedienne Phyllis Diller. who
will be a special guest.
Trustees of Israel are men ;.nri
'women who each year purchase a
minimum of $10,000 in Israel
Bonds. Miss Tucker has been a
Trustee since the establishment of
{the Israel Bond drive in 1951.
The Trustee dinner will focUS
j attention on the forthcoming 1965
international inaugural cofcrcnce
i for Israel Bonds here Feb. U> to
21, with Sir Isaac WnWson, of Great
Britain, as guest of honor.
The conference will officially
launch a campaign for the sale of
: $100,000,000 in Israel Bonds during
1965 throughout the Cnitcd States.
Canada, Latin America and West-
ern Europe.
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Friday. February J, u
Teen-Agers Will Dance of T
A housewarming dance for teen- in the Jewish coiuniunn,
^iers this eoniing Saturday eve- ||osls and hosiers iw %
ntntj at p.m. will serve as a wel- |alr wi ^ ^ '
ominx "-vent for young people at ,Trs M|
he nev WMHA al 8500 SW 8th St resentat.ves Mrvini on a,1
Open to teen-agera from the 9th 1 le-sidents Council of tfc
through 12th grades, the dance will l.i-h division al t y.MH
>e the first of many new activi- dance wflfl be ,, :: ictj
ie wWr*"Hwe>ie Y tn- y>>utt-ioM#rn ballroom

Seven presidents of Greater Miami Orthodox
congregations gather at a dinner of the Relig-
ious Zionist of America here recently to re-
ceive Certificates of Distinction from Rabbi
HerscheLJBchachter. of New York, chairman
of the national praesidium and gues' speaker.
Seated (left to right) are Abe Arsnoii. chair-
man of th* Dnner Committee; Rev. Joseph
Krantz. president of the local chapter; Rabbi
Schachter; Jacob C. Cohen, president of the
Jccob C. Cohen Community Synaogue; Rabbi
Tibor Stern, spiritual leader of the Commun-
ity Synagogue. Standing (left to right) are
William Cohen, president of Agudath Israel
Dedications Slated
At Cohen Synagog
\ weekend of dedication aervicea
lacob C Cohen Communitj Syn-
. .. d "ii Sunday
Pinchas Teitz, chief
. Elli fbetl \ ai d
mber of 'he praesidium, I
hodox '.' ihbls of I nited
States M anada. will be guesl
ipcakei ri the nnlj |
I pe i:jncAi>'" H Rabl Teitz,
ii ton omit authoritj
\\ thi Sight F rum this
R ibij Ti r II Stern ill
a set : tv\ in Menorahs
Ii d upon the afftir In memory
Ina Lansburgh, wife "i Jacob
i I ansburgh and mother of Mor-
ris Lansburgh, pesigoed especial-
the synagogue, the eight ft
orahs stand up'>n two marble
,.rs imported from Italy
The Temple, whose artistic de
ha- received nati"nul atten
not its opening live months
ago, has 12 doors and 1? windows
in honor of the 12 Tribes of Israel
da> morning sen ices
I Jacob C.
Hebrew Institute; Rabbi Solomon Schiff, ipu-
itual leader of Beth El Congregation; Rabbi
A. J. Safra, vice president of the local chapter.
Jacob Silbovitz. president of Etz Chaim, Can-
tor Samuel Vigoda. of New York; Sol Rashin.
master of ceremonies of the evening; Moses
Grundwerg,-president of Beth Israel; Jack Ci-
ment. president of Congregation Beth Tfilah;
Miami Beech Councilman Hyman P. Galbut.
honorary chairman of the Dinner Committee;
Dr. Sol Nussbaum. president of Young Israel
of Greater Miami; and Joseph Zalis, president
of Beth El.
*AM1 TIBOI STEM '%,
Cohen, founder pre.-idt-nt. will ded-
c ale the me/uzah at the main en-
train i with other donors joining
him in the dedication ot the re
utiHiunu 11 mem/ahs Rabbi Stern's
m rsaon will he "Our Finest Hour."
Following Dr. Menu's week!}
Bible elaac at H p.m.. Sam Cohen
Interfaith Affair At Temple Judea
i pli i : effort
faith understanding, u
won entitled
H las That Jesus
Sisterhood
. on Wedi I Feb IT.
rts "I Si-
Brother! id Mrt
the H
i, men
in a dra nat c lentation
ompaniment, thai
Is ot the Je
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fO] till
lervision
hi the i
thi -
itend Imitations have
repared I iblii
i|>al- and their Lacutt) Mem
iths are welcome and
the reception following the pro
e some tradition
ai holidi ''i -
Linguist Ws!l
Address Forum
! meeting of Yivo I
/en g at the Far
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P | ei edjl

the Yid .- !
n completed will incorporate
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RABBI PINCHAS TtlTZ
will honor his father, Jacob C. Co-
hen, with a Shalos Seudos Rahbi
Ahi.ii..Mi Weinschneider will otti

On Sunda) at > p.m., the syna
i uue -II hold it- first Siyum Ha
korah presented b) the Safra fam-
il> in memory of Rabbi Dr Meyer
Safra The entire community i- in
V'ited to participate Rabbi Stern
will lead the service, assisted by
rabbis from man) part- of the 1 Hi
led States
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Pepsi-Cola Offers Exciting Prizes
Six lucky people in the Miami
area will be able to .spend two ex-
citing weeks in Paris, France, and
Brussels, Belgium, via Pepsi-Cola's
^famous JaCflll' contest, it was
announcenby Herbert Paine, vice
>resident and general manager,
Pepsi-Cola Bottlers 01 Miami. Inc.
All through February and to the
middle of March. Miami aria resi-
dents will be able to play the ex-
citing '"Famous Faces" game. Sim-
ply, consumers will be asked to
identify nine faces of well-known
screen personalities and complete
the fourth line of a Pepsi Jingle.
Entry blanks and pictures will
appear in the Miami Herald and
in every carton of Pepsi-Cola.
Diet Pepsi-Cola. Teem, Patio
Orange. Patio Crape, and Moun-
tain Dew.
In addition to the two-week Eu-
ropean holiday, over 350 gift cer-
tificates, redeemable for merchan-
dise at the Pepsi outlet indicated
on the entry blank, plus 400 cases
of Pepsi-Cola products, will be
awarded.
Following officers were installed recently at
KeWf^'.h el Congregation: First row (left to
ri^h' are Jacob Sieqel, co-chairman, Board of
Truf'.ees; Mi'.'on Kahn, treasurer; Louis Dub'in,
pm dent; Joseph Nadler, vice president. Back
row ioft to right) are Philip Weis.s, vice pres-
ide. Davd EisenstP'n, chairman. BonrH ni
Truiteas; Cantor Abraham Seif; and Victor
Schcnwettar, vice president. Alo elected (but
no' shown1 are Samuel Weiner, financial sec-
retary; and Samuel C. Goldberq, recording
secretary. Rabbi David Lehrfield conducted
the installation ceremony.
Asthmatic Child's Center Dedication Slated for Sunday
Dei'.ati'in ceremonies of the
new ..-thniatu children's Founda
tiua 1 sidential Treatment Center
locaU at NK lfiSth St. and 18th
Ave., \c> Miami Beach, will take
place 'his Sunday alternoon at 'A
p.m.
Tic S6-bed S250.OO00 facility was
receri completed as a prototype
etpec:.!Iy designed and equipped
to fri ide long-term care for in-
trassVh asthmatic children from
all p?-:- of the I'nited States and
Canftcu It will accept children be-
tweeri the ages >f 6 and 1G years.
regaci.es- ni their race, color or
creed \o fee will be charged lor
any o; the mt\ ices rendered by
the ( i el
HVoh Renick, local newscast
r and vice president of WTVJ,
wiN c-liver the main address of
will be mare by Mayor Arthur
Sny:< cf th; City of North Mi-
ami Beach: Mayor of Dade
Con-,', Charles "Chuck" Hall;
Dr. Nelsor Zivitz; and Samuel
|f)lt-*r, president of the local
flro- r.
Dr I M Pi shkin, leader
..,*. *
ter's visiting chief medical con-
sultant.
Circuit Court Judge Harold B.
Spaet will serve as master of cer-
emonies and introduce the speak-
ers.
Serving on the local foundation
are. in addition to Seltzer, vice
president. Mrs. William C. Han-
ford; treasurer. Albert Hochherg:
secretary. Israel Friedman. Board
members are Mayor Hall. Ben Zion
G'naburg, Edward Lassman, Wil
ham McDonald, vice mayor of
\< rth Miami Beach, and Herbert
S. Shapiro.
Medical Board consists of Drs.
Morton L. Hammond. James H.
Putnam. Meyer B. Marks. Jack A.
Rud ilph and Nelson Znit/
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Shown selecting books from the shelves of the Harry Simons
Library at Beth David are Jennifer Schectman. Don Rosenthal
and Tom Feinberg
Beth David Library Third Anniversary
Both David Library will cele-
brate its third birthday with prizes
to Religious School classes that
ha e been participating in a read-
in. contest.
Celebration will take place
throughout the month of Febru-
ary
The library, called the Harry
Sii ons Library, has as its theme.
K.i. w thyself and thy heritage."
Through the cooperation ot Saul
Rabin, education director, and
Mn> Melvin Rosenbaum. librar-
ian th.- Hebrew and Sunday School
departments have become an in-
al part of the synagogue, with
i. ilar clasi visit* to the library.
In addition. Mrs. Albert Beer.
cultural vice president, and Mrs,
G< rge Laskin, program chair-,
nan, have worked with Mrs Mur-
Zionist Club
Slates Speaker,
j Top Performer
Next meeting of the weekly Lun.
chaos L'Hb ul the Miami .Beach
District of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America will take place on
Wednesday noon at the Ritz I'laza
lintel
The luncheon will be dedicated
to Israel Bonds, according to Ja-
cob C. Fishman. chairman of the
Luncheon Club.
Program will feature the no-
ted lecturer, expert on Middle
East affairs and former officer
in the Israel Defense Forces, Dr.
Arieh L. Plotkin, and the Ameri-
can humorist and song stylist,
Lewis Norman.
Dr. Plotkin. educated at univer-
sities in Jerusalem and London,
was the first Israeli to be admit-,
ted t o Princeton University's
School of Public and International
_ Affairs, from which he obtained
ray Dacks. president of Sisterhood. n| pnD
to bring cultural programs to meet-
ings of the Sisterhood, including a Ile has taught at Princeton I'ni-
Book Fair. Jewish art exhibits and versity and is a recognized au-
book reviews thoritv on international relations
Mrs. Beer announced that since ^nd '"'"national law. At present,
the Bureau of Jewish Educatibn' hc ,s s,dent ,' Haifa He
and its library have moved to Mi- 5*ned m [** l Arm>' an
ami Beach, the Harry Simons Li- 0,f,icr ,n ,he lnlpll'8t'n"' <-n-
brary is making plans to open its; Norman has appeared in prac-
door to the public in the near fu-' tit-ally every phase of show busi-
Friday, February 5
Chayele Grober
At Farband
( hayele Grober ,, f .
bima. will celeb,
the Yiddish-Hebreu -
day evening at 1.
M2 Washington Ave
Cantor llordecai \
other guest artist,
in the group. with ,,
r.iment by Aida Yaslo
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Boy Scout Troop
To be Honored
At Emanu-EI
In honor pie Emanu-EI will give, sue-
v .' recognition to the Temple's
i ScosH Troop SB ai Saturdaj
m< rning services in the main sane-

Dr Irving Lehrman will prevent
I hi ifficial charter to the Troop
In ol Mr and Mr- Norman
kill respond on behalf of
Noah Fleisher, institutional rep
re i nti live Le in Epstin, chair
i, and officials of the Boy
its ni America will be "n hand
the ceremonj
Tin- Troop is sponsored bj the
Bi hi rhood of the 'I emple and
mi eU ever) Thursdaj evening on
lhi Temple patio,
ture. ness and television. He recently
completed a one-man performance
at Carnegie Hall and also Town
Hall, as well as appearances at
Grossinger's and the Concord.
The luncheon, which is open to
Isaac Donen. president / tjic ":*' public, will honor Dr. Irving
Brandeis District of Miami Bflfeh.. Miller, of Woodmere. L. I., a past
has announced that a symposium} national president of the Zionist
on Which Way American Jewry?"! Organization of America, and a
will be the topic of a program at past chairman ol the American
an open meeting of the district on Zionist Council.
Brandeis Zionfs-f
Symposium Here
Donen to Head
Education Unit
Al Ossip. chairman of the Presi-
dent's Council of the Greater Mi
ami District of the Zionist Organ-
ization of America, has announced
the appointment of Isaac Donen
as chairman of the ZOA Greater
Miami Education Committee.
Donen is president of the Bran-
deis Zionist District ol Miami
Beach
Ossip said that the purpose of
the committee is to foster and
stimulate Hebrew. Jewish and
Zionist education in the Greater
Miami area through adult classes
and support of the various exist-
ing agencies concerned with Jew-
ish education in the Greater Mi-
ami area.
One hundred and fir ,
will attend the Florida stal
eration of B'nai B'rith 1.
ecutive meeting to be held
lando on Feb. 20 and 21
to President Sidney H p.
The delegates will hear repor.fl
on "Danger on the li.
for the state convention
Beach and the action ol :
tmnal Youth Commission h
ing the District BBYO
Florida to Georgia.
Saturday evening, lull
business meeting, then
social sponsored bj the
li I > and woman's cha| I
lando, according to SI
tar) Walter Apfelbaum
President-Elect Ansel \ Witta
stein will report on act
District Board of Govi
ing held in Jacksonville on .'an 2.'
Edw .mi Stern and Jaj M irkowiti
will report on llillel. I
and Joe Gorenstein will
the district convention
on Miami Beach in June
Monday evening. 8 p.m., at Temple
Ner Tamid.
Participating in the symposium
will be Itabbi Joseph E. Ractcow-
sky. spiritual leader of Hrth
Tfilah Congregation, Miami Beach,
presenting the Orthodox view-
point, Di Morion J Bobbins, na-
tional cli.iinna'n of the Zionist
Youth Commission and vice presi
dent of the National Executive
Council of the Zionist Organisation
.i America, representing the Con-
servative-Liberal outlook; and Dr.
Mark Zoren, retired cardiologist,
who recentlj participated in the
t s st.ite Department's Cultural
I icchange Program with the USSR,
representing secular Judaism
Moderator oi the symposium
will be Dr. Sigmund Foglcr. re-
ined principal of the New York
City public schools and a noted
poet, writer and lecturer. An open
discussion will follow the sym-
posium, according to Max Raskin.
ram chairman of the district.
Rabbi Goldman
At Or Olom
Monday Night
Rabbi Israel Goldman, -pnitual
leader of Chiztlk Amuno. of Balti-
more. Md will address a gather-
ing of the United Synagogue of
America at Temple Or Olom, 8755
SW 1 tith St., Miami, on Monday
night at 8 p.m.
Rabbi Goldman will speak on
"New Dimensions in American
Jewry
Rabbi Goldman is a past presi-
dent of the Rabbinical Assembly
Ol America and a founder of the
National Academy of Adult Jewish
studies of the United Synagogue
of America His- appearance here
is part ol a United Synagogue
Adult Education Cavalcade, lim-
ing which time Rabbi Goldman is
addressing five c n r< ations in
the Southeast area
- \ mour Mann, president of the
Southeast Region of the United
Synagogue of America, will intro-
duce Rabbi Goldman
Temple OrOlom spiritual leader
is Rabbi Samuel April. Mrs Ent-
er) Green is Jewish Famil) Living
chairman
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Antique jewelry, silver china,
glass and furniture will be on dis-
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Show tO be held
4f at Bayfront Am!
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Started b> Vcra
Gaffney, Miami's
first antique
dealer, the show
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by her daugh
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Mrs. Hhil B4y Boedy. who ex.
peds so dealers from all over the
United States to attend. All ex
hibits are for sale.
On Saturday, Eeb. 13, Zonta
Club of Greater Miami will play
host at a tea. from 3 to 5 p.m.. to
all visitors to the show. Part ol
the gate receipts on that day will
go to Zonta s recordings for the
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Judy Ross
daughter of Mr and Mrs.
1794 ME 9th PI., will
- Mitzvah on Friday night,
al Beth Torah Congrega'
bii Max A. Lipschitz will ol
assisted by Cantor lien-
Elrschenbaum. Judy will be
ited with a Bible on behalf
Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood.
cor out-of-town guests who
attend the ceremony are
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs
In.i Harris, of Minnesota.
Steven En.iltr
s\( n. son ni Mr. and Mrs.
Jn Englor, 2111 NE 173rd St..
m- Bar Mitzvah on Saturday,
[6, at Beth Torah Congrega-
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz II
|a' sisti 'l by Cantor Ben-
I Zion -ilunhauni Steven will
he or i on i
t^Hb 'lie Mdllic Kahaner Sister-
t-of-towi lests u ho
iii i. i the ceremonj are Stt
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
Krasnoff, ol Philadelphia,
Iii'- and Mrs. David Engler, ot
in City, N.J.
ie fa mil) will have an affair in
n's honor at Michel's on Sal
is even!
Bernard Nusbaum
Dr l:\in._; l.chrman will officiate
ir Bar Mitzvah of Bernard,
of Mr. and Mrs. Aron Nus-
1, on Saturday. Feb. (i. at Tem
Emanu-El.
trnard is in the seventh grade
,-lda M. Fisher .luniuor High,
where he plays trumpet in the
school band. He has won awards
in basketball, football, soccer and
Softball, as well as being on the
school teams
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Ashkcnazi
are grandparents of the celebrant.
The Bar Mitzvah will be honor-
ed at a Kiddush in Sirkin Hall
following services.
...
Glenn Klausman
Glenn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
ward Klausman. 1999 NE 177th
St.. will be Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
day. Feb. c. at Belli Torah Congre-
gation.
Rabbi Max A Lipschitz will of-
ficiate assisted by Cantor Ben-Zion
Kirschcnbaum,
Glenn will be presented with a
B ble on behalf of the Mollie Ka-
haner Sisterhood..
Andrew Jonas
Andrew, son of r>r and Mrs.
Stanley Jonas, 1360 So. rreasure
Dr., w:'l '"' Bar Mitzvah Saturday
i ing, ii b .it Temple Men-
orah Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
and i 'antor I'. i ard Klein n ill >!
f;( late.
Andy is a student of the Men
orah Religious .School and also at-
tends Nautilus Junior High.
Following services, a Kiddush
will be held in the Social Hall of
Temple Menorah, and a reception
and dinner in Andy's honor will be
held at the Seville Hotel on Satur-
day e\ ening.
Among guests will be paternal
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Jonas, and materal grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Fail M, Coplon. all
of Miami Beach.

Samuel Wieselberg
Dr. Irving l.ehrman will officiate
Bernard Nusbaum Andrew Jonas Samuel Wieselberg Carol feldman
Guy Lombardo Opens at Doral
In a "first"' for any hotel in the
history of Miami Beach. Guy Lam-
Vbardo brings his world-famed or-
chestra into the Doral Beach Ho
tel on Friday. The interest created
by the initial announcement of
Lo*baido's appearance was so
widespread that Doral has had to
move the site ol Lombardo's en
gajjement from the previously an
nounccd Starlight Hoof to the larg
er Doral (Wand Ballroom.
The Lombardo "Royal Canad-
ian!" achieve their lamed 'sweet
est music this side of heaven" with
the hi lp of four Lombardo broth-
ers: ftiiy. baton: Carmen, alto
saxophone Lebert, trumpet, and
Victor, -oprano sax.
Born in London. Ontario. Cana-
da, (!uy Lombardo began to study
mu-i> .it an early age. While in
mmar school. Lombardo organ-
a four-piece band, consisting
himsell as violinist, Carmen
Ltnbardo. Libert Lombard > and
d Kreitzer, All are still in to
y's Royal Canadians.
t was in Chicago that Lumbar-
music was Identified by critic
Mon Stevans as "the Sweetest
Mi; ic This Side of Heaven." a
phrase which has since become
World renowned. With Lombardo's
lame spreading, the Hotel Roose-
velt in New York signed him for
an engagement.
Thus begun the close association
between Lombardo and the Roose-
velt Grill, which lasted from 1929
to 1962.
Lombardo's Doral engagement
runs through Mar. 18. He will ap-
pear every night except Mondays
and provide continuous dance mu-
sic from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., alternat-
ing with the Joan St. James trio.
S iss James played opposite Lom-
bardo with her trio lor four months
during his last year's Florida West
Coast engagement, according to
Jean Suits, executive director of
the Doral.
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Pompano Track
'Place to Go'
Pompano Park Harness Race-
wa) i- fast becoming "the place to
iO" this winter in South Florida.
The ultra-modern, multi-million
dollar facility, already rated as
one Of the most beautiful race
tracks in the world, presents har-
ness racing nightly except Sunday.
Opened last Dec 17 for the cur-
rent 92 night meeting, attendance
io'.' ing by leaps and bounds.
Just last weekend. Chocolate
Soda paced a mile in 2:00 115. a
new track record, and both fans
and expert- alike are in complete
agreement that it won't be long
before the mythical two-minute
harrier is broken by one of the top
pacers racing.
There was good news too this
past week when Johnny Chapman,
last winter's leading driver with
32 victories, returned to action.
ST.
at the Bar Mitzvah of Samuel, son
ot Mrs Itae Wieselberg. on Sat-
urday. Feb. (j. at Temple Knianu-
Kl.
Samuel attends seventh grade of
Nautilus Junior High and is inter-
ested in sports.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Abrams.
Samuel's grandparents, will be
among those attending the cen
mony.
The celebrant will be honored at
a Kiddush in the Assembly Hall
of the Temple following services.
Robin Reiter
Robin, dau hter ol Mr and Mrs.
Sau! Reiter. will be Bar Mitzvah
on Friday. Feb. 5, at Beth Moshe
Congregatii n. Rabbi R i c h a rd
Marcovitz, with the assistance of
Cantor Seymour Hinkes, will offi-
ciate. An Oneg Shabbat sponsor-
ed by Mr. and Mrs Belter will fol-
low the services in I'opiel Social
Hall
Robin is a student at Beth
Moshe Religious School, attends
seventh grade at Westview Junior
Huh, and acts in the Merry-Go-
Hound Playhouse in Coral Gables.
An open house will be held at
Robin's home.
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Carol Feldman
Carol Joy. daughter ol Mrs. Her-'
man J Feldman. 8117 Carlyle
Ave., was Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Ncr Tamid on Friday evening,
Jan. 29.
A student at Nautilus Junior
High. Carol plays the saxophone,
in the school marching band. anfF
also plays piano. She attends the
Temple's Religious School and is
a member of Young Judea.
Mrs. Feldman honored her-
daughter at an open house recep-
tion Friday following the cere-
mony and at a barbecue on Sat-
urday.
Kevin Ben
On Saturday. Feb. 6. Kevin, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ben. will
be Bar Mitzvah at the Israelite
Center. Rabbi Shniaiyahu Swir-
skj will officiate.
Kevin is a student at the Center
Religious School and is in seventh
grade at Ponce Junior High. He
is an honor student and excels in
mathematics
Mr. and Mrs. Ben will host the
Kiddush following services and
also honor Kevin at a dinner at
the Biscayne Terrace Hotel on
Sunday evening.
Pit sent will be Kevin's grand-
mothers. Mrs Bertha Bloch and
Mrs. Isidore Bass.
Richard Bomse
Saturday afternoon. Feb. 6. at
Temple Or Olom. Richard, son of
Mr and Mrs. Martin lionise, will
be Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Samuel
April will officiate.
Richard is a seventh grade stu-
dent at West Miami Junior Huh
School. He plays trumpet and
serves in Khoury League as pitch-
irr and catcher.
Attending his Bar Mitzvah will
be grandparents, Mr. and Mrs ,\1
(luif. Newport News. Va
Glenn Mehlman
Glenn s Mehlman, son of Mr.
and Mrs Manny Mehlman, 0
Flamimg) -J>r., will celebrate his
Bar MrcSwon Saturday, Feb. H.
at Beth Israel Congrei at i
Glenn ts'in the seventh grade at
tunior Huh School, and
. athlete.
Kiddush luncheon will be held
after the services at his home
Diane and Roy AlUrman
Diane Lois and Roy Arthur.
daughter and son of Mr. and Mrs.
David Alterman, 3845 Riviera Cl
Coral Gables, will be Bas and Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday. Feb 8. at
Beth David Synagogue.
Diane is an eighth grade student
at I'once de Leon Junior II'
where she plays trombone in the
school band. She has been attend-
ing Beth David Religious School
for eight years and is in the sixth
grade cf Hebrew School. Her in-
terests and hobbies include arch-
ery, bowling, softball and the gui-
tar.
Roy is a seventh grade student
at Ponce de Leon Junior High and
plays drums in the school band
He has been attending.,Beth David
Religious School tor seven y<
and Is in sixth grade Hebrew class.
He is interested in archery, bi
ball am! bowling.
Celebrants are ttMfchildren of
Mrs Jenn 6 Le Mr, Coral Gables.
Mr nd Mrs. Alterman are I
dering the Kiddush in their honor
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Friday. February
Ribbon-cuf;ng ceremonies at the new synagoque of the Jew-
ish Hrme f~r the qed last Sunday. Left to right are Dr. Irv-
ing Lehrman, chairman. Home's Reliqious Committee, and
Comb.ned Jewish Appeal campaiqn chairman; Dr. Max Aizt.
vice chancellor, Jewish Theological Seminary, who was gueit
speaker, Judae Irving Cypen. Home president; Louis Biesler.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Home vice presidents; and Stanley
M. Beckerman, Home treasurer and chairman Budget Com-
mittee.
Frances Faye
At the Doral
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base H and i'n
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rites and some c urrent
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will ii.- backed bj Bai rj Brenton
hi- orchestra, ith Luis ^ .1
a and h:- Latin Orchestra >up
i n. ".. dance tempos in a tropic

Islander's ORT
Games Meetinq
- will follow the reg
mi I 1 on meeting <>f the l.-l
er's hapter, Women's Ameri-
can ORT >n Tuesdaj noon at the
Hoti
11 oss ,- cl ,1 !>! presi
Mrs .:. 1 k \ ivian is in caai
FRANCIS fAYt
College Students
Vacationing Here
1' iiii---c -iintents arc returni
to Miami Beach for their vacations
1 greater numbei acco*' ns t
Ted Landesman, vice president ol
thi Waldman r .1 ...i> an 1
I P to las) >< ar, Landesman said
"collejee .tudents roamed ;ar and
wide 1 their boiida) scat
.".:- year, the Waldman Hotel
guested students from 18 colleges
ir, the L'i Ii SI and I hi for
i- 'lie -. im .
rid 1
1 1 itj ol Miami Bea h em
- nil youi with
. seem 1
DOROTHY CARWEGfE CLASS in
Personal Development for Women
formin; now
Call 445-6751 for information
llorida institute, inc.
<" BEN SAKS Manager
I Fossett's Prescription Pharmacy
\ HUNTIMGTON MEDICAL BUILDING
< 168 S.E. S|RST STREET Phone FR 4-7691
i MIAMI, FLORIDA
i One of* the largest and Most Complete Prescription 5
Pharmacies in the World <
W E. FOSSETT, Founder
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600 Attend Home
Dedications Here
More than 6(X) persons, inelud
log outstanding communit) lead
ers aM ode I the Iftth .1 >nua
meeting and dedication cere
monies al the Jewish Home foi
,. After colorful dedication case-
monies, participated In bj Judge
In 1 ypen, Baron d 11 1 sen
Meyei. < <>i Jai "t> \l \i vej 1 >i
Max \r/! Stanlej M Beckerman,
I.cui. U: sell 1 David B Fleeman
Dr Irving Lehrman, Sam Resnick,
Lawrence Silverman, Mi
Silverman Mrs Ida All
-i 1. .. the 1 rrtin assent 1
streamed through the ni u
. ., rime La rid S> na ogui .1
the <;i eaU r Mia mi \ ., \ 1 1 .1 1 ;
Health Centei
Judgi Cypen, in his presidentia
report, set the keynote and theme
11. the meeting when he told the
audience that the motto, 1 1
Home lor beginning again." was
"no catch) slogan
"It reflects our determination to
transform Douglas Gardens into -i
communit) in which thi beauty
scope mikI content of our programs
of the buildings and grounds, thi
and services, and the abilit) and
integrit) ot our -tali all coalestt
iu accord dignity and reaped 1
our residents Mid itimulali and
motivate them in begin 11 i- anew,'
Judge Cypen declai ed
>\ 1 have, bowev. r, but scrati h
ed t o- surface in Iraosiui muig
1)011^...1- 1.....1 nto a 1 liei apeu
ic I'o.nn mi j \.i have [alien
101 ol I lie goals \.' havi sel .
-ni ni cat r and n habilitatio
1 ai hm iia.nu eacan
1 I!,' Meyer vice
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In his 'i 11: on thi utati
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most Sl.QOO.tX 1 1 ;
1.....nt< 1 -: 1 tiai 1 1
in 11 1 1 plus II' 1 alii d upon ,.
who pled 1 '.'i Hi
building cam pa ipn to pay 1 1
these pledges a- quick)) .1- pus
-dili'
As .1 result ol Mi \er 0 1 mai
cash collection campaign prior to
Jim al im 1.11 ting, .iiiiiii-i al
v .1- paid b) aonoi n ihe 1
pled* 1 l hi Home plans u> n
tuce iiu- mortgage b) ma amoun
and thereb) lowei .t- annual in
;<-i esl i hai ges 1 > So' u
JWV Brothehood
Meeting Slated
A statewide Brotherhood pro
_iain will be sponsored bj the I
lartmcnl ol Florida Jewish War
.. l rani in cooperation with the
'ultu.-al Committee "i the I it) oi
s'orth Miami Beach on Sunda; eve
1 I eb 28, in the North Miami
h Municipal Auditorium, ai
Depa enl 1 man
linslei R r'erdie
Appointc l coordinati 1- \al ion
i i- 1 I 1 mmitteeman 11 \

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ol the Dadi (Ountx Vet
Ad i-m j Comn itti e
Carmel Bake
Shop Weil-Know
Mr. and Mrs 1 .. tbi ,; "
originall) from Coleswat Hi"
'y. who re nth migrated t"
the United Mate- from Hm\
Cuba, are already well-known in
thi- area throusji then- Carmel
1 Bake shop at hi: Washington u.
Tne> n:.\\ announce that the)
have concluded mi arrangements
v ith the Union of orthodox Con
at ions ni America, alread) su
perviaiag their Carmel Bakery
'This marks tin- fir-t time in
the history <>f Bade County thai
a bakery will be under the Orth-
odox Union." the Abraham- dv
etared.
19 ANNUAL MEETING
. DEDICATION CIRB*0Nl=
GR6ATEH MM
*AirH cewm
gUn>^
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Ribbon-cut' ng ceremonies at the entrance to the new G 1
Miami Auxiliary Health Center at the Jewish ii
Aged last Sunday. Left to right are Sam Re: nil
secretary: Mrs. Jack Ablin Mrs. Lawrence Silvi
Mrs. Sol Silverman. president and honorary pn
Auxiliary; Judae Irving Cypen. Home preside: I ".
Altschuller, Au> ier; and Dav.d B I Ii
president.
"rreer Mian:ian Cited by Lcdc^e

1 of Mi
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k'ear by I B nth
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I.n Miami. i~ pi
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Hille'. Chipter Carmv:.
Hillel Chai le
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YAHRTgrT f^PMCRiAL SERV.CSS
in tribute 1o the
Great /iibii
and
Scho'a:
RABSi
ABRAHAM
KALMANCVVSTZ
late Dean o'
A1ir;er Yishha
to take- place at
BE7H ISRAEL CONGRFGATI^
711 W. 10 Stl Miami Bei;h, Floi U
SIHiDAY, FbSi:UARY 7.h
it l CO P.M.
Speakers:
RABBI J05E.-H KAHANAMAN
Oean of Ponivez Yashiva
RABBI SKRAGE MDSHE KALMANOWITZ
Dean o' Mirier Yeshiva
RABBI PINCHAS M. TEITZ
President o' the Union of Orthodox Rabbis
of United States and Canada
RAJBI JACOB COHEN
Spring Valley, N.Y., Alumnus of Mirier Yeshiva
Chairman: RABBI BEREL WE1N
CANTOR ABRAHAM SEIF auill chant p*ayers
The Public is Requested to Attend
to Pay Tribute to the Late Great Ooan
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February 5, 1965
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"litre 15-B
orah Plans
Fund-Raising
70 people attended the
part} hotted by Mr. and
i Frankel tor Temple Men-
jiind raisini* project chair-
. rankel and Mrs. Essie
Mayer Abramowitz dis-
thc educational, cultural
Igious activities that Tom-
Sorah sponsors for the com-
of elders and children.
Revitz. president, outlined
\. di of fund-raising, stress-
tina'ncial needs of the
. in addition to Rabbi and
bramowitz. included Mr.
Abe Appel. Mr. and Mrs.
Bergad, Morris Black. Mr.
1 Jack Burstein, Lou De-
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hen
Ir. and Mrs. Harold Dort-
rs, Hitu Epstein, Mr. and
thaniel Glickman, Mrs.
ttlieb, Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
ibart. Mr. and Mrs. Morris
fMr. and Mrs. Sy Howard.
Mrs Herbert Kaplan. Mr.
Edward Kaufer, Cantor
Bdward Klein, Mr and
rry Lelchuk, Mrs Pauline
Mr and Mrs Samuel Ma
and Mrs. Marcus Paul-
Israeli Musician
At Zionist Meet
Zijii Binor. Israeli accordionist,
singer and composer who recently
won an award as Israel's cham-
pion accordionist, was to appear
us guest artist at a community-
wide meeting of the Greater Mi-
ami Districts of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America on Thurs-
day, 8 p.m.. at the Fontainebleau
Hotel
Binor. who
awards in Israel
complishments.
Milan and made
and recordings
rope. He has
television, in
has won many
for his musical ac-
studied music in
several broadcasts
for Radio Free Eu-
appeared on radio,
concerts in several
and M
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Also .. !V\ ii/. Mr and
Mrs. JV .. i,'. !/. Mi Lillian
RottUt !. M: .Hid Mrs Sain
Schiffr .li- "idi.inl Schwartz
Mr. a: Mi- I Wally Sigal, Mi
and 16 \b- lee iff. Mr. i .
Mrs. ) (!. \ir. an.I Mrs
Koben Mi ,,ii,i Mrs. Mil-
ton Si- i. .i; ..ml Mr>. Charles
somm< Mr a n d Mrs. Saul
strach ..:i. M: a-d Mrs. Louis
sucban. Mr- I;,.-.- Tim ker. Mr
and M' .Ma: Well. Mr- K-Me
Wolf ..I Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Yoffe.
The Ichratinn haiuuiet at the
conclu- n of the fund-raising el
fort is .-heduli-d lor Apr I at the
j^onta* Mean Hotel.
nsurance Co.
Vdds to Business
Mar eti'.-. i ie Insurance
omp- ad v i s7!u million ol
ew b ness in it- hunks last year,
gai: ..I *'.' percent over litlili.
resic \ i See.llimise told the
ompa s 78th annual meeting in
oron* :.i-' eek Business in
orce. \eai end was $5.2 bil-
lon.
Moi' lan hall ol the company's
iew t -inesv s:;;7 .nillion last
ear, as done in t he Tinted
itatef > her the firm maintains
wane! from Boston to Hawaii
I'.usin- in force in the f. S.
-tand; I S2 billion
Und' Branch Manager W C.
Pichlf (T.I the company's Mi-
ami bi rich achieved a new record
z
with .
in n<
.964 volume ot $17.7 million
business
This Emblem
Identifies Your
Welcome Wagon
A. ARTHUR PtKUNtR
Leading Zionist
Passes Away
Services for A. Arthur Pekelner,
ot 621 Bird Rd., who died Jan. 29.
were held Jan. Ill at the Riverside
Chapel, 1920 Alton ltd.
Mortimer May, past president
for*two term- nt the Zionist Organ-
ization ol America, was among no-
tables who attended the funeral.
Mr Pekelner, who was a lead-
ii g Zionist, i- in the autobioi
phj "i l'r i haim Weizmann, first
President ol Israel, as "a -launch
ir.d dependable Zionist helper in
New York."
A resident since coming here
from New York 11 years ago,
Pekelner served as vice presi-
dent of Westchester ZOA, past
presic'snt of Coral Gables Zion-
ist District, pa't president. South
Floiida Zionist Council, and past
president of Yonkers Jewish Fed-
eration.
He was a member of Beth David
Congregation Board ol Trustees.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
. rd ol Governors, president ol
Brandeis Zionist District, and for
I.' years a member ol Musicians
i ocal sol1.
He i- survived b) his wife, Tillie
S.; a daughter, Mrs Elliott M.
Fine, of Long Island, N Y : two
sisters, Mrs. \! Praner, Kansas
City. Mo., Mrs. Ralph Singer, Riv
cidale, N Y and tv o grandchil
Iren Richard and Elizabeth Fine
Winter Resident
Dies in New York
Sara Holland, so. winter resi-
dent of Miami Beach for the past
23 year-, passed aw a) .Ian. 30 in
Brooklyn, N.Y She was the wid-
ow of Harry Holland, founder of
he Holland Farms Inc of New
York
Mrs Holland is survived by five
sons. Frohman, Irving, Dr, Jess,
Morion, all ef New York and Nor
man. of Surfside; a brother. Max
Feinweb, and sister, Reba Ger
naine, both Of Miami Beach; an-
ithir brother. Henry Feinweb. ot
New York; nine grandchildren,
and three great-grandchildren.
She was co-founder of Fight tor
Sight League, life member and
member ol the Board of Directors
i( Hone School for Retarded Chil-
dren, life member of Hannah Se-
aech Croup of Hadassah. worker
or Brandeis University Group,
Home for the Aged, one of the first
1'ink Ladies at Ml Sinai Hospital,
tnti instrumental in the oruaniza-
io- of t*"" local Hemophilia (iroup
of Miami Beach.
iine was a member of Temple
Beth Sholom.
countries, and recently at Carnegie
Hall in New York.
Featured speakers of the eve-
ning were to be Mortimer May
and Dr. Morton J. Bobbins, who
recently returned from the 26th
World Zionist Congress in Jeru-
salem.
Florida Office Opens
The American Income Life In-
surance Co. has opened a Florida
oflice under the supervision of
Sid Jacobs, State general agent,
at 720 NW 27th Ave., Suite 104, Mi-
ami. The company specializes in
life, health and accident, and hos-
pitalization, plus substandard hos-
pitalization and life insurance.
Duo to Attend
Hadassah Meet
Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz, president,
Florida Region of Hadassah, and
Mrs. Irwin Liss. member of the
National Service Committee of
Hadassah. will attend the national
Hadassah mid-winter conference
in New York City trom Feb. 7 to
11.
Highlight of the conference will
be reports on the recent World
Zionist Congress held in Jerusa-
lem.
Mrs. Soltz will report on the con-
ference to the Florida Regional
Board of Hadassah meeting on
Feb. 25 at the Seville Hotel.
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On Television
Rabbi Tiber II. stern will deliver
;! messai on "The Maturity ol
Judaism" over Ihe Rabbinical \-
sociation program. "The Jewish
Worship II -Hi" mi Ch 10 at n
a.m.. Sunday.
An international authority on
Jewish law, Rabbi stern will de-
liver his weekly radio address
ever WEDR-FM on Sumlav noon
The series is sponsored by Food
Fair Corp.. American Kosher Pro-
visions, Inc., and the Jacob C.
Cohen Community Synagogue.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND ^OR DADE
COUNTY ,NCHANCERY
No. 65C 1'81
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NO 6:834 A
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Memorial services
Abraham Kalmanowitz.
Ol Mirrer Veshiva, will
Sunday, s p.m.. at I'.eth
oregation, Til \v -toth
Beach.
Chairman of the "Yahrzeit" Ob
servance is Rabbi Berel Wein,
with Cantor Abraham Seif sched
\iled to chant the prayer.
Guest speakers will include Rah-
bi Pinehaa A. Teitz. president.
Union of Orthodox Rabbis of Uni-
ted States and Canada: Rabbi ,lo
seph Kahanaman, dean, Ponivezer
Yeabiva; and Rabbi Jacob Cohen.
Spring Valley, N. Y., alumnus ol
Mirrer Yeshiva.
Public is invited to attend the
tribute to Rabbi Kalmanowitz.
GREENBERG. .1. imv. 71. of ~.MJ Pin*
Tree I >r. died Jan, -'.' Bervlee* In
Chicago. Ki\.r.-iil.
HARRIS. Willlnm BL, It, ot l.'.Ofl Ra)
Rd., died Jan. Riv.i-i.i.
ORLANSKY. Ida, !">. ..f ISOS S'W Sth
si. .iie.i Jan. is. ordon.
leple. Abraham, so, ,.t in. Ra) i:.i
Alan M Blank.
HAKMAN. David. 7, "' M" Hi"-
\\. Servtee* In RoHton Si-wm:in
TAMBLYN. .Mrs Mu:i, tt, < 7..".
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GOLDMAN. Max, 7... nl ..... Ol-. I l>
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SHEARN. Mm Mary, '" "I '
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COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. o5C 1265
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.ii."\. I'ouri und *erve :. ...|.\ ihereid
up..ii Hi-mum Cohen, i:>.|. I3IO-1I
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liialnl ^111 I-.- token :.- eunffeaMd
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9
[ Florida. Friday. February 5. 1965
Section C
Combined Jewish Appeal Supplemcnl:
A Tribute to Our Welfare Effort
reater Miami moves to assure $1,435,080 C JA goal
r m Combined Jewish Appeal Campaign
Cabinet meets to save lives
The Campaign ( abinei ol Greater Miami's l'.Ki:. Combined Jewish
Appeal is traditional!) composed the community. The) are bus) because the) know there is a vital job
to be done 1>\ CJA in Miami, throughout America, in Israel and
at niss the world.
Shown above are men and women well known for their leader-
ship here as they meei at the first ol man) Campaign Cabinet sessions
ol Greater Miami's 1963 Combined Jewish Appeal.
The meeting was planned to disenss saving the li\es ol some
60.000 persons this year through the United Jewish Appeal ..verse..-.
It was planned to meet human needs, as well: the needs ol more than
'_'.">.000 Miami men. women and children who aie sick, handicapped
or in their twilight years, all ol them counting on assistance through
the Combined Jewish Appeal.
This year's Create! Miami CJA goal is $1,435,080. Achieve-
ment ol the goal will gu a long wa) toward saving the lives and meet-
ing the needs. I lie Campaign Cabinet has dedicated itsell toward
thai c\u\. with an eye <>n each individual in the community who must
join these leaders in tins toial humanitarian endeavor who must
also lake time oill from their busy schedules to .issme the success ol
tin- 1963 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign toward a better Jewry
here, nationally and overseas.
1965 CJA Campaign Cabinet
1. Sam Blank 12. Irving Wexler
2. Mrs. Inez Krensky
3. Dr. Irving Lehrman
Campaign Chairman
4. Sidney Lefcourt
5. Mrs. Carl Weinkle
6. Mrs. Ruth Johnson
Berger
7. Joseph M. Upton
8. John N. Serbin
9. Mrs. A. L Glickman
10. Mrs. Irving lehrman
11. Leon J. Ell
13. William Agranove
14. Sidney D. Ansin
15. Louis Kenin
16. Leo A. Chaikin
17. Leon Kaplan
18. MaxOrovitz
19. Mrs, Anna Brenner
Meyers
20. PaulFaske
21.Joseph Cohen
22. Oave Levenson
23. George Talianoff
24. Sam Goldman
25. Norton Pallot
26. Shepard Broad
27. Aaron M. Kanner
28. Jacob Rabinowitz
29. Stanley C. Myers
30. Ben Meyers
31. George Sogg
32. Sam Luby, Jr.
33. A B. Wiener
34. Leo Eisenstein
35. Harry Mizrach
36. Irving Kaplan
37. Carl Weinkle
38. Samuel N. Friedland
39. Byron J. Topol
40. Leonard Rosen
Members ot the 1965
Campaign Cabinet who
were not available for the
group photograph, include
the following:
Leonard Abess
Jacob M. Arvey
Jerry Blank
louis Bresler
Mrs. Richard Brickman
Joseph E. Brooks
A. C. Fine
David B. Fleeman
Burton B. Goldstein
Nathan S. Gumenick
Marshall S. Harris
Sam J. Heiman
Daniel Neal Heller
Dr. Norman S. Jatte
Ernest lanis
Howard Kane
lay I. Kislak
Sam C. Levenson
Baron deHirsch Meyer
Emil Morton
Alexander Muss
E. Albert Pallot
Joseph M Rose
William S Ruben
Irving Rubin
Fred K. Shochet
Saul Silberman
Harry Sirkin
Milton Sirkin
Milton Weiss


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+Jm i*t ftrjridH^r
Friday. February 5,
'65 Combined Appeal Vows Increases
Fra*
$l,435.0a0 Goal Lp
Bv $50,000 Over Last
aV
\ ear's Campaign Here
Following the lead ol [the. Initi-
Gifti dinner ai the Diplomat
el. where eommunil)
um bed the i%:> C mbined Je
sh fcppeal campaign with an 18
ent increase, all dit ii
their 1 in re

ne< -
'Ih(
announced bj Dr Irving L
n ai '
ouil "i.....
Miami Jewish Federa
goal w I
bj the -ii Cabi-
ipproi : the Bxecu
live Committee and Board oi
1 rrnors 1- approximate!) -
000 rl last y<
above the amount
raited in 1963. the campa
-Kited
u. have chosen a goal that
we feel our CJA campaign can
reach with the help ol leaders ol
our community II is important
to us that diir g ne that
mfi''> the need- ol our agencies
in the eommunitj and oi the
United Jewish Appeal and it-
agencies serving men women
and children in Israel and 30
countries overs* Rabbi Lear-
man stated
"Furthermore
o be an achiei eahs-
tit one The figure selected by
the Executh > ( ommittee ..n't
the Campaign Cabinet is
thi the
Th record number ol
n prj
1 --n
thusu sm lh( j ai e hi. end 1
reat < nfide e
t thi ised
en surpass it." Di
Lehr
ng the lead ol the In
residents ol
igh-i ise apartment
houses, including the Imperial
House Ci -t;il House M011
Tow i !' .
nil ers will hold, or have already
fund-ra -. nciions I 1
the 1
I.- ading Trades and Pr ties
sional gr tups among them the
Accountants, Mercantile, Food
and Communal Sen-ices have al-
ready lined up their aCtivit} t''
help us meet an increased go
The saeeess ol our Combined
Jewish Appeal and the import-
ance of surpassing our goal can
lx- shown through our allocation!
made to CJA constituent agon
Continued on Pag* 5 C
AUOCATKMS IN DETAIL
How CJA Has Helped
Humanitarian Needs
In 26 veers ol service to men. women and children 111 our
reater U ami community and around the world in Israel and
30 countres. the Greater Miami Jewish Federat'on and Com
bined Jewish Aipeal have allocated almost S27.ooo.ooo to
better Jewish life,
Over SISJMMhOOO has been provided to United Jewish M>
peal and its agencies, aiding in the greatest voluntary philan
thropic program in history. At the same time, close to sil.
OOO.OOO has been provided tor Greater Miami Jewish Federation
agencies in oar local community.
The following lists the 41 agencies that helped to make a
better life for mm. women and children through year Federation
and Combine.: Jewish Appeal dollars in 1UC4 Shown here are
the aim nuts allocated to each as of December 1. 1964 through
our Combin. d Jewish Appeal
Local Agencies
Baron rle Hirach Loan Fund
Bureau ,( .lew >h Education
Greati Mia lewish I edi ration
Jewish Famil) a d Children's Service
Jewish Home for the Aged
Jewish \ 11 itional Sei v ii 1
Mount Sii 1 ii'is,)i;.,i
National < ouncU ol Jewish Women
Retiremi ni Plan
Y\l ft yHA 1 : Greater Miami
Overseas Agencies
United Jewish Appctl
Aim-i 11.. Israel i iltural Foundation
lii-i 1 w 1 versitj -Tethnio 1
Pioi 1 Organ cation
United HI iS S< rvice
National Agencies
American sssociation for Jewish Education
American Jewish Historical Society
B na, 1. rith National Youth Services Appeal
H II* IUniversity of Miami
CJFWF National Scholarship Plan
Dropsie < cllege
Hisladruth fvrith
Jewish Children's Servici of Atlanta
-h occupational Council
.h wish I'm.k< ation Six ii I>
Continued on Page 9-C
$785,982
0
76.200
K1.4:.4
138.588
52 DOO
42.300
147.12311
3.000
22.210
200.000
$533,990
517.H4-I
2a300
4.85*1
2.100
ti.800
$,975
I 250
50
:<.ooo
1.900
280
250
750
500
100
Tin
a many outst<
mad Rc^..-.,:.
en h roma mi .sici
cp=, and heard Joseph Meyer
lirman of the |ewi
. Gifts ra
lub were ;ii
. ...
..
rOR DFTA-IED STATISTICS ON SERViCES ... SEE PAGE 4 C
Big Business of Federation:
To Save and Build Lives
By SIDNEY LEFCOU President. Greater Miami
Jewish Federation
Earlier this >ear. 1 wrote that
the Qreatei Miami Jewish Fed
i ration is bag tusiness and that
Federation is everybody's busi-
ness. Supporting anil working
I1 1 i edei .ii Hi in an era o! hi _
business 1- good investment lor
vet > one.
\- miliate our KM6 rum
hiiied Jewish Appeal sponsor*
b) our Federation, it >- import-
am thai h recognise that the
s*se and scope "i our business,
the saving and building of human
lives, 1- .. rapidlj expanding 0 e,
calling for increased support ol
increased needs.
The significance oi our cam
paign and the far-reaching etfect
that meeting, our goal will have
upon the service- and institu
tioiu oi our local community can
not be underestimated.
We stand at a point ol depart
ore. Each of our local agencies
begins the year ol 19S.'> with out
ilOHlt UfCOUKT
standing new programs and -rea;
promise tor expanded service to
men. women and children that
can only be made a reality by a
successful campaign Thus year.
our goal i> $1,435,090 to meet these
Members of the Budqet Committee of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation studied the needs of all 41 aqencies locally
nationally and overseas, before presenting their recommen-
dations o the Executive Committee fcr the 1964 allocations.
Fleeman. Among those who played a kev role in determin-
Federation Budget Study Committee chairman is David B.
ation of the allocations resulting from the successful 1965 C'A
campaian which exceeded its goal are 'left to right) Harry B.
Smih, chairman, national aencies; Committee Chairman Flee-
rn.cn; end Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, chairman. Ovc-rs-as
Committee. Standing is Norton Paliot, chairman. Local Agen-
ces Study Commission.
local and oversea-
11, \ e mil diminished. :
tinuin: to increase .,-
numbers Vi .lews are on
t' I--1 ,| and to countries
cut the valid.
Our Combined Jew if h V .
campaian, organized uadi
inspiring leadership of I):
Lehrman, stands full) aw
the ta.-k involved in n
coal above las; year's sin
figure It will trik-- an
volunteers, dedicated men
-.' mei i. r\erj diiisioi 1
the im reased goal, but
war'--" ill ol is cam
dcrestimated
The yeai I9C5 Mill sei
orrl number oi residents
Jewish Home (or th.- sged -.":>"
now care- for close I" 20 |
pie. almost double the Homi -
capacity at tins time last year
The Bureau of Jewish Kdu-
cation, which has just movi
new quartan, has expanded 1
number oi programs and must
increase the number ol He
School teachers now being train-
ed lor the Hebrew s,hool>of
Greater Miami.
Jewish Family and CMdreo'i
Service has opened it- luni!-a'tail-
ed (irotip Treatment HNM nd )
ha- launched an ad '- n Pri>
gram ol Aide scope
The YM and YWI!\ f GrMl
er Miami has ju-i : : J
beautiful new centra:
ters and is planning n<
citing programs for ever)
ber "i the family, as is j
greati) expanded Day Camp pr*
gram at the new '"Y "
Jewish Vocational Senice,
which has launched a
iin-"!m" proeram, is I
forward to serving I record mm
ber ol clients a' its Vocational
Work-hop Here the aged and the
mental!) and pbysicall) handi-
capped are given a helping t"nd
in their return toward m rmsl
workinn life
For Mount Sinai Hospital,
expanded out patient care will *
made possible through < beauti
ful new pavilion, and other im*
portant construction programi
are noa being undertaken I
ter serve residents of Miami
Beach and of the Greater '! '
area _
The National Council of Jew- I
ish Women, uhuji perforni^,'-u-^
standing \ luntea* s>rakgaT.**
again pla) ., vital part in reset
Continued on Page 5-C


February 5, 1965
+Jenlsti Fhrldian
Page 3-C
MEMORIAL AWARD ESTABLISHED
m
Mercantile Division
Wi\T "Offer Tribute ~~
To Late Leader Here
Hadcrs uf the Mercantile Di-
vision will pay tribute to the
^Hmtliro|iic. civic ami industr>
B\tiii>'iiI~ of the late Harold
^Kosworth through the estab-
^Kicni of a Memorial Award to
^B>rcscntcd at the annual In
^Hry CIA Luncheon on Feb. 25,
^Has announced by Joseph E
^H>k- vice president and gen-
erpl merchandising manager of
dine'-, and William S. Ruben.
htive vice president and
aging director of Jordan-
^Bsh. division co-chairmen.
IJfce award honoring the late
Mr. I',o-uorth. executive vice
president and managing director
flBo'-nan Marsh, will be an an
nual presentation "dedicated to
the individual in the mercantile
industry whose humanitarian ac-
COBipli-hments embody the high-
eat traditions of service and ded-
ication to the welfare of the in-
dostr> and ot his fellow man."
Bidieii. head of the committee.
noted that Mr. Bosworth. during
^brars of service, had played
SB integral role in the develop-
ment n| Dade County and of the
.retailing industry. In that time.
ha also accepted leadership in
high voluntary positions with the
Miami Dade Chamber of Com-
merce, the Chamber's Better
Business Division, and as a lead-
ing member of the Dade County
Advisory Committee of the Flor-
ida Industrial Commission.
"Mr. Bosworth gave impetus to
his industry in support of Com-
bined Jewish Appeal and the
United Fund, as well as many
other philanthropic and civic
programs," Ruben explained.
Ruben announced that the Har
old B. Bosworth Memorial Com-
mittee will choose a recipient for
the first award to be presented
at the Mercantile Luncheon. The
recipient will receive an en-
graved award and a large per-
manent plaque will be on dis-
play at the office of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, which
will list the names of the annual
Industry winner of the Bosworth
Award.
Serving with Ruben on the com
mitlee are A. J. Alexander, hon-
orary chairman of the Furniture
Croup; Harry Mizrach, Apparel
Croup chairman; Marvin Brans-
dorf. Shoe Group chairman; and
Morris Rabinowitz, .' e w elry
Croup chairman.
Disadvantaged Jews
Our Responsibility
n a World of Need
By ARTHUR S. ROSICHAN
Executive Director
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
President Johnson's far reach-
ing measures to fight poverty, go
cial ills and educational made
quacie.N have focused attention of
American.-- on the fact that in a
period of high prosperity and
miraculous technical advance.
the disadvantaged are still with
us and in great numbers.
To the American Jews it may
come as a surprise that there are
till the disadvantaged among
Jews because we have become a
middle class community, and yet
if one were to focus the purpose
jfof the Combined Jewish Appeal.
Wor to show its purpose in three
words, you could call it the rc-
.spon-ilnlity of the advantaged
for the disadvantaged "
There are disadvantaged Jews
in our community, in our conn-
^ try. and all over the world. The
daily task of helping those here
Jwill never cease because our in-
";stitutioiis are herewhether it be
i Jewish Family and Children's
Service. Mount Sinai Hospital, or
4 WJ .
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fit *
From left to right at the first meeting of the
Harold B. Bosworth Memorial Award Com-
mittee are the following Mercantile Industry
ARTHUR S. ROSICHAH
unceasing task
the Jewish Home for the Aged.
In every one of these institutions,
the need for service far outstrips
the staffs and the money made
available to help the disadvan-
taged.
Sometimes being disadvantage
ed is not a matter of money
There are other disadvantages.
like physical handicaps; emo-
tional illness; discord within
families affecting children; a
cultural lack
Sitting as I do in the center ot
the circle, getting calls continu-
ally from people who need help.
and making referrals continual
ly. I cannot help but wonder how
many people are familiar with
the words of Maimonides who
said that ot all the kinds of phi
lanthropy. the highest stage is
where the donor does not know
the recipient. 1 sometimes also
wonder whether our preoccupa-
tionparticularly here in this
areawith banquets, balls and
dinners, has caused us to forget
that the end result of philan-
thropy is to provide the largest
number of dollars for all those
hundreds of thousands of indi-
viduals who can look only to
Jews for their help and for their
support
We have disadvantaged Jews in
our midstmany more than the
average person realizes. Talk to
the members of boards, talk to
the sr.cial workers who do the
jobs, and find out how many
teen agcrs need guidance; how
many old people are lonely; how
much marital discord there is;
how many handicapped there
are who need service; how many
people live on a less than mar-
ginal income; how many young
people need more instruction in
their Judaism; and you will find
that our agencies locally are serv-
ing many more in comparison to
other communities in the United
States.
When one looks at the overseas
picture, there are new dimen-
sions. A continuing migration of
Continued on Page 5-C
leaders: Harry Mizrach. A. J. Alexander, Com-
mi'tee Chairman William S. Ruben, Morris
Rabinowitz, and Marvin Bransdorf.
CAMPAIGN CHAIRMAN REPORTS ON TRIP TO ISRAEL
' We 11 Pay Back Everything,'
United Jewish Appeal Told
By DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
196S Campaign Chairman
Combined Jewish Appeal
"We'll pay back everything,
everything you have given us to
start a new life." This is what I
was told by new immigrants I
met during my recent 12-day tour
of Israel and Europe made at the
imitation of the I'nited Jewish
Appeal.
Mrs. Lehrman and I were fortu-
nate to see the areas in Rome
and Naples where people from
countries all over the world wait
to be transported to freedom in
Israel. Here. JDC provides tem-
porary housing, food, and con
stant care and watchfulness prior
to moving these people on to the
final stage of a new life of free-
dom in Israel.
The sense of pride and dignity
of these people, who are made
to feel at home, people from
Ka-t and West awaiting welcome
by the State of Israel, gave a
meaning to our Combined Jew-
ish Appeal that cannot be trans
lated into mere words.
Along the line, we saw people
living in poor and temporary con
ditions. but they knew that there
would be a new tomorrow where
they would be fully accepted c it
izens Of the State of Israel
Mrs. Lehrman and I went
around the world in twelve days,
It was delightful to go. and even
more thrilling to return to our
Combined Jewish Appeal cam-
Off. IRVING UHRMAN
the surface unscratched
paign which in 1965 will play a
vital part in settling and reset
tling a record number of people
in the State of Israel.
From my personal observation,
it is most remarkable to see a
country like Israel absorb almost
a million and a half people in its
short history, highlighted by a
record immigration of 250.000
people from all countries and all
cultures in the last four years.
In Israel, in France, in Italy,
and the other places we visited,
it was obvious we haven't even
I,gun to scratch the surface in
meeting the world's needs for
the I'nited Jewish Appeal and its
agencies. It is easy for us to talk
of people in terms of statistics,
but when we see people as hus-
bands and wives, parents and
children, brothers and sisters.
we arc talking not of statistics
but of human beings to whom we
owe a great debt as brothers.
It is written in the Talmud that
every Jew is responsible for every
other Jew. Our Combined Jewish
Appeal is our instrument for liv-
ing up to this credo, both in our
community and anywhere in the
world where Jewish families
need the help of those of us who
have been blessed with good for-
tune.
We are the richest, most pros.
perous nation in the world, and
yet we only provide one-third of
the support needed by UJA and
its agencies and by the people
of Israel. The Israelis themselves,
who have far less physical and
natural resources and a much
shorter history as an independ-
ent nation, provide two-thirds of
the dollars necessary to resettle
the immigrants brought to them
by JDC from all parts of the
world.
Our trip indelibly impressed
upon us that there were still
large numbers of people living
in cots and dormitories and tem-
porary shelters in Francemen.
women and children being fed
in groups from single kitchens,
Continued on Page 9-C
Younger men of 'he community who have
been actively working with the Young Men's
Division are taking key roles in every phase
of the 1965 Combined Jewish Appeal cam-
paign, and members of the group have been
appointed to high campaign positions. Among
activites in which they have taken part was
the Uni'ed Jewish Appeal Goodwill Mission
dinner at Westview Country Club at which
Asher Ben-Natan, Israel Defense Minister, was
guest speaker. Younq leaders of the com-
munity who have accepted important leader-
ship roles in the 1965 CJA campaign are (left
to right) Marshall S. Harris, co-chairman of
Key Gifts; Daniel Neal Heller, chairman of
New Gifts Development; Mr. Ben-Natan; Sam
Luby Jr., Campaign Cabinet member; and
Norton Pallot, co-chairman of the Trades and
Professions Council.


?age AC
"Jmist'fftt-kftar
Friday. February 5 ^
65 lAJowien s JiJivision ^/tiwis at K^ffcatcst nitial Gifts Luncheon
Slated at Eden Roc Hotel
For 'Fashionplate 65'
i r the chairmanship of
Mr- Inez Kren&kv. the Women -
I):\in.n oi Combined Jewish Ap
.- barking upon a pr<>
-- ; mun'i activities to
Dg unparalleled -'.:pport to the
rul to Campaign
in Dt Irving Lehrman
Mn Krensk. announced that
important pwo-
by the Init
Lunch) at the Eden I
Feb. 15, m
chairmanship of Mrs. Jack
lira Stanley Fretilin, and
in thi- v
Harr. A Yagle has
ah .!. eonjU '
,., he- guest
.. Fashi npl
'A
n drive
Successful Program
Krensk) in
li< ills and in the over
D p*ign are Mrs. A L I.lick
nan Miami Beach chairman
Mrs Samuel Simonhoff M.
imi chairman
The highly-successful progran
I the T*Ottng Women'- Division
>hich wtt revitalised with Mrs
u ensky'j help in 1963. will con
"i expand it* activities ami
-upport oi Federation
Mi- iwcnara Briekman than
of the Young Women's Di
vision, which i- gamin_ m<
H*r-hip from everj e ** D
'
llighlightii g the >
t HI be
. .
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'No Minimi
i
1964 has 1<

ember- of 1
spec!
The second edition >f rV-h-
mnplale. which will highlight
the Women Division Initial
Gifts Luncheon, will be made
possible by outstandiug coopera-
tion of nine leading couture
Ions in the Miami and Miami
Beach area- Planning of thi-
event started very early under
the direction of the three Imtia'
C chairmen
Above Goal
Ki nskj said that the

goal i the 10 per-
i : necessarj to help
' ,i \ "i IMS city-wid<
Mrs Krenskj announced the
enl the I illow ing as
chairmen oi Women Division
events Mrs Sidney Schwartz.
Keynoters S52 Committee chair
man: Mrs Truclv Hamer.-chlac.
and Mr- Bernard Abel vice
chairmen
Mr- Jean C Lehman Head
linen S18 Committee chairman
Ai.-D announced ana the ap
[Muniment of vice chairmen for
her committee They are Mr-
Larry Frieclland KM Larry Sil
verman Mrs Sol Silvtrman for
the Beach, and Mrs Milton
(ireen Mr- Cteraid Soltz and
.Mr- Irving Wexler. for Town
The successful apartment house
campaign will be expanded rhi-
year under the chairmanship ot
Mr- Franeea Beckerman ,.nn
Mi- Jaek Kat/man
Speakers Bureau

Diwsion
rreni
Mrs
id the

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i 'ninii ittee < hair

A high: ,sful series of but tours to study Greater Miami
C^mbinei! Jewish Appeal and Federation age- ... action
were held by the Federation of Jewish Women and by the
Young Women's Division in preparation for 965 campaian ac-
tivity. Amonq leaders of 'he Federation of Jewish Women
who invited members "to take the bus and leave the quid
ing to us" are 'left to riqht Mrs. Sidney Schwartz, Federation
of Jewish Women President Mrs. Irving Lehrman, and Mrs.
Sol Goldstein.
"Plus-giving is must giving," says Mrs. Carl ions are personally dedicated to the
Weinkle 'left. 1964 CJA Women's Division edge that plus-giving not only sets the
chairman, and Mrs. Inez Krensky. 1965 divis of the community aside as individual]
ion chairman. They, and other key leaders also as proud supporters of the agencies :
of the Women's and Young Women's Divis Combined Jewish Appeal and ot :
Reward for Big Community
Support: Increased Service j
I hi rev ard- tor gem
support oi Comb:
I
-h"\Ml
I
nefits ai (i mng I
oui gn, w hich raised ovei
Sim re than in 1963. will
-;.11._!,. :: oui [amilii an I
communities by the increased
services our Federation a
will now be able to provide
Lefcouii declared
"Although we are .-till unable
to fully meet the needs of OUI
community, we are making great
-tnde- in strengthening out as.
encies, and t hi year will serve
a record number of people in
Greater Miami, he said "The
additional allocations given to
our communityy agencies a- the
result of our successful CJA
campaign have provided .> foun
datum fur the future expansion
ui Federation services to ,i grow-
Miami
Ami : ~ the dh idends that have
tied to local agi ncn I to
the an the f":
ing
Family Service
Jewish Fa mil]
Childn i -' the additi
support i- m o -t
'Ui--.i.ii,
which, tl
: .in additional trained so
win ker, now has
full nselors I......
betti i sen ice to emotionall)
milies in the commu
'l he nnel
elpei f to absoi b
waiting li-t-. and it i- projected
mi,ike at the agenc) for new
client- will lie reopened toward
the first of the year.
n i- important to JFCS and to
the community that the counsel
ing staff has reached this -i
This ill be a two-fold ben
it will mean that the agency is
daquatel) staffed to provide ira
heip i lies in
iw JFCS t
nseln e at I
:

Education
I .
turn v..i- tisted m it-
movi lent and i *
panded quarters . Road Mall, but through an in
crea.-ed allocation was able to
extend man) vital pi
The Bureau has expanded its
Iirn_r.nr, nt teacher Iran I I
meet the Sunday. Hebrew and
pre school need- of the religious
schools "i Greater Miami Extra
Classes have been added to the
Bureau's Hebrew High School,
which meet.- at Temple Beth Sho-
lom. and the Bureau ha- also
been able to extend the College
ol Jewish Studies to the South
Miami irea hen
nstituti t Ti
A New
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part in the
a two t >Iii ga ii
..
and ,.t the same I
--mn.il IU|
training of youi
their must format! ears of de
v eloprnent.
In-titution I
ims and addit
Continued on Paoe 5-C
The first official Federation function to be held at the new
central YM and YWHA, 8500 SW 8th St., Miami, was a meet-
ing of 'he Board of Governors at which Mrs. Lydia EskenaS
public relations director for the Joint Distribution Comnutte* |
in Greece, was guest speaker. Hers.chel Rosenthal, pre*
ident of 'he "Y." is shown welcoming the assemblaqe o
Federation President Sidney Lefcourt and Mrs. Eskenazi 1
on. Leaders of the Board of Governors were escoi'e
a tour of the facilities of the new "Y


February 5. 1965
vjmlsli Fk>rklar>
Page 5-C
1
o. Dade Temples
In Pledge to Assist
^Combined Appeal

JT," newe t area of participa-
L in Ihe L965 Combined Jew-
Hi Appeal, North Dade County
K<..'<: and Synagogues, has
- to .....et a |......t K
H Ihe 190") campaign, CJA chair-
Hen Dr. Irving Lehrman
^Hwced.
Headers ol N irth Dade syna-
[Agues and their rabbis and pres-
JBent> are giving their complete
^operation toward the North
^hilc ''JA campaign, which will
^k highlighted by a community-
Hide dinner in mid-March, it was
Announced by Irving Seidel, vol-
unteer coordinator
Presidents and rabbis were
Bicsts of Rabbi and Mrs Max
H. i ipschitz, of Beth Torab, for
a | inning dinner at their home.
Ah' pli not only to meet
fiii so to bring many
Hpv upi.....e Into the CJA
V n the North Dade com
s^Bii n.ly
lli I. '.. man, spiritual li
of Emanu El and 1965
g hairman, toUl the CJA
at'
ai
by i rin a Idltional suppoi t
and iti ibutors to Ihe < i ni
bined Jewish Appeal.
li i. \ ii..1 that all areas in the
here Combined Jewish Ap
pi al a id i' 'deratii n ag< n< ies
provide services to members ol
lamilies, including the sick, the
aged and handicapped, share in
support ol our primary Jewish
philanthropy, which helps to
mak.....ir communitj a better one
in which to wrk an to live," Rab-
bi Lehrman staled
Congregations and then- rabbis
and presidents who pledged their
full cooperation to the North
Dade program include Rabbi
Max A. Lipschitz and President
Richard Sneider, ol Beth Torah
Congregation; Rabbi liar old
Pichter and President Bertram
Levy, ol i: nai Raphael C
ation. Rabl i Jonah I "npl in and
Pn lenl Joseph Lie
Temple \da!
licbai
. ni in
i
Leading rabbis and presidents of North Dade
Synagogues aather at the home ol Rabbi and
Mrs. Max A. Lipschitz ftr a dinner meeting at
which North Dade participation i-i the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal was discussed. Dr. Irv-
nan, i2b5 CJA chahman, was guest
Ihe meeting Lefl In right are Preside;;!
lichard E. Marco-
j Congregation,, Rabbi Sher-
I
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tec
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mite ward in Service
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, id f I ii P age *
le i
ici
Bcr. ni !i i thanks
Bo tin' additional support
Succi si ful programs that i i
in'i '"'i, il during the year, and
Wil' be expanded bj the "Y" and
hs iii hi. Ik- are tn< Young Mar
-rie.N group; the stimulating and
iuice-.sful "Prime ol Life'" se
rics lor adults: and increased
programs for senior citizens, In-
cluding the introduction of a
choral group,
Jewish Vocational Service
Inauguration ol a long-awaited
pro-ram ol career guidance for
teen-agers and young adults, is
the most important new aid given
to Jewish Vocational Service
through this agency's increased
Federation allocation.
Introduction of this badly
needed career program to help
teen-agers and young adults make
the necessary vocational and ed-
ucational choices tor which they
are most suited is another vital
service of ,I\'S. which conducts
an outstanding program to re-
train the physically and emo-
tionally-handicapped and makes
job placements for these anfl for
others in the community.
The career guidance program
is a vital step in molding and
guiding young men and women
in the choice of a future voca-
tion, one of the most important
agency services that CJA dol-
lars help to provide, assuring the
ipital
;. i a pi
ij lo serve more peo-
' :' I
v here l>
ne period in 19 13 Dur-
ing the same period in 1964, an
additional 700 indigent patients,
over and above 'he 12.000 treated
in 1963, were cared for in the fn c
service beds sponsored by Fed-
eration. The support received
from Federation w'II help lo pro
vide better medical care and at
ihe same lime cot the operation
loss oi mi Sinai Hospital, which
for the year will amount to ap-
proximately 11 percent above that
of 1963.
Although the needs of the com-
munitj have not been fully met,
each additional dollar has been
put to maximum use. it was
stressed by Lefcourt "They are
helping to provide better care,
treatment and counseling result,
ing in a better life for all who
live and work in the Greater Mi-
ami community," he stated.
"It can be readily seen from
the many uses made by Feder-
ation agencies of the additional
$100,000 raised in the 1964 cam-
paign thai the value of increased
support of Federation has pro-
vided new and increased serv-
ices and helped our agencies to
build a hcal'iier and happier
Greater Miami community," Lef-
court noted
Goal Up This Year
Continued from Page 2-C
cies following the successful 1964
campaign Eight outstanding lo-
cal agencies and the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation received
over $785,000, an increase of bet-
ter than $65,000 over that receiv-
ed in the previous year.
"Results in dollars are import
ant. hut even more important is
Ihe fact that many Federation
agencies in the local community
received the funds to hire addi-
tional personnel to introduce new
programs and to help clear up
the waling list for urgently
needed services.
The United Jewish Appeal
ami itr. three agencies received
over $517,000. an increase above
the previous year.
"In 196a. when UJA and its
agencies expect to rescue and re-
settle the largest number orf im-
migrants than at any other time
since World War 11, the import-
ance of achieving our goal can
be readily seen." Dr. Lehrman
stated
"The benefits that accrued
from our 1965 campaign, which
raised over S10O.OO0 more than
in 1963. strengthened our fami-
lies and our community through
the increased services our Fed
eration agencies are now able to
provide." Federation President
Sidney I.efcourt declared.
f9
win Stauber, Your.q Israel of Greater Miami;
President Richard Sneider, Belh Torah Congre-
gation; and President 3ertram Levy and Rabb.
Harold Richter, B'nai Raphael Congregation
Seated (left lo right) are Rabbi Jonah Caplan.
Temp'e Adc'.h Yeshuiun; Rabl L man; and
bi Max A. Lip
ion.

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Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan has
come forward as the first commercial institu-
tion to display the 1965 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal messaae. Picture shown above is on
display at the 71st St. Branch, and the bank
also has a sign calling for volunteers at its
main Lincoln Rd. office. Jordan Maish. Bur-
dines and Florida Power and Light Company
are cmong other leading bu iness establish-
ments which each year make r.pace available
as another means of bringing the Combined
Jewish Appeal message home to the public.
Disadvantage*! Our Burden
Continued from Page 3-C
60,000 a year for the last four
years, and probably even more
this year, has created a backlog
ol social cases in Israel which
the country is having trouble in
coping with because now more
than 10 percent of the Israel
population is receiving some
form of welfare assistance.
Israel still retains its policy of
taking Jews in regardless of age.
physical or mental handicap.
Among the 65.000 who will come
in during 1965 will be old, blind
and sick people. Transportation
and incidental costs for those ar-
riving from behind the iron cur-
tain amount to $525 per person
before the individual reaches Is-
rael, and this is a minimal
amount compared to what the
cost of education, housing and
initial adjustment and integration
is
Another dimension added in
1965 is thai the JDC alone will
lose 17,000,000 in 1965 which it has
been using for relief and rescue
purposes because of the i eSSS
Don of (lei man Claims Confer-
ence grants
I have seen these people come
insoup kitchens congregant
dormitories like after the second
World Warhotels taken over bj
the Jewish Agencj in Naples and
Home to house WHi to 1.000 people
a night who are aw ailing for free
dom.
These men are our problems
for 1965. a continuing and in-
creased support lor the lilcsav-
ing agencies of the CJA. for peo
pie whom we do not know but
who are members of one family
our family: continuing and in-
creasing needs of the disadvan-
taged on the local and national
scene; increased work for civil
rights and community relations
agencies; increased understand-
ing and generosity on the part of
Miami Jewry for the CJA.
Today's crises made no head
lines for Jews. They are nonethe-
less as real as I hey were in 1945
with the concentration camps,
and in 1948 when the Stale : Is-
rael was founded and real immi-
Wc can appeal once more to
the continuing generosity of Mi-
ami Jewry, to increased under
standing on the part ol the men
and women approachedto a
Jewish community which must
recognize that Combined Jewish
Appeal is not only a repository
for dollars for people and agen-
cies, but a major instrument of
our people to insure the contin-
uing survival ol Jews every-
w here.
Federation's Business
Continued from Page 2-C
tling newcomers to this area, a
vital service both to immigrant
families and to the welfare ol
our own community.
The needs ol these agencies,
the national services assisted bj
our annual campaign, and the
United Jewish Appeal and its ag
encies, w ill again call for a rec
ord allocation by CJA and Fed
eration II th -. Bre to go forward
in the con,:: \ ear.
The revitalization brought to
CJA by the chairmanship of Dr
Lehrman has permeated every
division. New leaders he helped
to obtain last year are working
harder than ever, and in turn
Ihej loo are bringing in addi
tional leadership to help us reach
our increased goal
The participation ol every
group, including Women's, Trades
and Professions, R e s i d e n t a
Young Men's. Young Wo
and 'he newly-formed North Dade
Division, augurs well to art
meeting these increased needs on
behalf ol 442,000 people
We are looking forward o I
successful campaign."


Page 6-C
^JtmhUfkrHtam
Fta,
these are the people
' *
CAMPAIGN CHAIRMAN ASSOCIATE CAMPAIGN CHAIRMEN
CO-CHAIRMEN
Dr Irving Lehrman Jerry Blank
RESIDENTS DIVISION
Shepard Broad
Sam Blank
Samuel Fnedland
J
riairman Co-C'

\
Ccl Jacob'.' Lou Hams lisik Brener
rial House

II
Jc
RESIDENTS DIVISION
*
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kt
Ma Koike' -
:e Towers Surf side
GULF AMERICAN FINANCE
EMPLOYEES DIVISION

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sa'd
de
COMMERCIAL
FINANCE
r1
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ear. hm mrf^m
Normandy Isle
Phlip Saks -
Continental Ac's.

BANK.
SAVINGS & LOAN
Cora! Sea
Toivers
EMPLOYEES
I
Mon. !.'. h(
Miami Beach Conui < M Hi
TRADES AND PRiS
MORTGAGE
COMPANIES
SMALL LOAN
COMPANIES
JL -JL
Nat Pollack
HOTEL GROUP
Milton Weiss. Chairman Leonard H Zigman Herschel Rosenthal Ronald Lipton
Co-Chairmen
A A Grunhut.
Co-Chairman
F
*.
RESTAURANTS
Walter Talk
LIQUOR GROUP
Louis Snetma:i
I-.
FURNITURE & APPLIANCES
A J Alexander. Maxwell Weisblatt Herbert Spahn. Jr Hjimii Lipiui
Honorary Chairman Co-Chairren
SERVICES
IMPORTERS & EXPORTERS DIVISION
I n imBaros
VENDING
MACHINES
Gordon Paterson Da.- '
BEAUTY PARLORS CLEANERS & LAUNDRIES
Lester Arkm
Joseph Teitelbaum Irving Wexler. Chairman Peter
5-
M M
Albe't J H.rs.-h
Jerome Herskowit/


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JewM ncrKHann
Page 7-C
take the difference
WOMEN'S
DIVISION CHAIRMAN
Marshall S. Harris

FTS DIVISION CHAIRMEN
WESTVIEW
COUNTRY CLUB
i
i J
Leon Kaplan
f>

TRADES & PROFESSIONS
COUNCIL CO-CHAIRMEN
;, inS Jaffe.M.D.
NEW GIFTS
DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
Norton Paliot
Heller
George Talianoff
PROFESSIONAL DIVISION
JosepWudowsky Joseph Denmark
South 6a' South
f*?J
Abe Solo'.kn Morris Minov Samuel Norkeen
Morion Towers Morton Towers
Morton Towers
Willum Bornstein Aaron Kravitz -
Beile Plaza Belie Towers
A. B. Wiener, Cha
WOMEN'S DIVISION
_ mm mmm a
Robert B Rich
Harbour Hi Hirbour House
PISTONS COUNCIL
"\"-<
WOMEN'S INITIAL GIFTS CO-CHAIRMEN
I ".
.<$
4***t
PJ ^r- .j? -***s
Mrs. A. L. Glickman, Mrs. Samuel Simonhoft, Mrs. Richard Brickman, Mrs. Carl Weinkle Mrs Jack Ablin
Beach Chairman Town Chairman Young Woman's Chairman
Mrs. Stanley FieUng
i
GENERAL
LIFE INSURANCE INSURANCE
FOOD, HOTEL &
ALLIED TRADES FOOD GROUP
BEVERAGES
HOTEL GROUP
r;
A
Euftoe Mann, Fred Stone
Co-Ckairman
rr; MERCANTILE DIVISION
n
Al Ossip
APPAREL GROUP
Joseph Cohen,
Vice-chairman
Jack Stein
Herman Stein
RETAIL & DEPARTMENT
STORE GROUP
Herbert Paige
Dave Levenson
HANDBAGS
ri j gum
I, I ^oks William S. Ruben
Co-Chaim en
Harry Mizrach,
Chairman
PAIN i S
bejlr.ee Feldman Bernard Yalta
Co-Chaii
CHEMICALS

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Murray I
Co C n 'l
PLASTICS PAPER


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TRANSPORTATION


James Abcrman
LAWYERS
Robert Levin
PHYSICIANS
Max Sockloff
DRUGS
S. Ronald Barnette Sydney Gans
COMMUNAL
SERVICES RADIO
S. Ronald Pallot, Chairman


Page 8-C
*Jarts0JRor*0bH
Frida
Y febr
h
N
4 of the 442,000 peopll
helped by your Combiner
Jewish Appeal dollars-

Dr. h\ in'; I (lirnun
1965 CJA Chairman
1965 CJA goal is$l,435,080
'
1517 BUcayne Bouleva*
Miami Florida, IR 3-0^*


"-5|
February S. 1985
>Je*viftfk>rHi,ir
Vaqe 8-C
i
i
pimen oi the Trades and Proiessions Council Norton
Belt) and George Talianofi at a report meeting at the
m Plaza, where 40 chairmen of Trade and Professional
Divisions pledged to meet the quota of a minimum of 10 per-
cent increase for the 1965 Combined Jewish ADpeal campaian.
Trades end Professions is one of the most prominen* divisions
B industry-wide events in order to do its part to meet
thn over-all goal of SI.435,080 this year.
How CJA Has Helped
Continued from Page 2-C
Nation.*; Foundation for Jewish Culture 750
Natin .ii Jewish Welfare Board 9.300
YIVO Institute for Jewish Research 350
I Community Relations Agencies $31,900
Ameru.m Jewish Committee 11.(100
Anti-l>t'i..m.iinui League of B'nai B'rith 11.000
Americ.ni Jewish Congress 4.950
Jewish Labor Committee I 250
Jewi.-li War Veterans 1.700
National Community Relations Advisor) Council 2.000
Total A,.'ir> Allocations $1,370,847
Combined Jewish Appeal
(Fund-Raising and Collection Costs) 165.991
Does iCouncil of Jewish Federations and Welfare
f Funds, and Large City Budgeting Conference) 12.325
Pro-raicd ShareGeneral Assembly and
25th Anniversary Celebration 2.775
Reserve lor collection losses !>7.2ti!'>
TOTAL $1,649,206
The Federation gratefully acknowledges receipt ol $267,571 in
Jk 1964 tro.n the 1 inted Fund of Dade County. This grant is re
fleeted ;i- a portion of the allocation to the following agencies:
Jewish Family and Children's Service
Jewish Home for the Aged
VM and VUllA oi Greater Miami
FURNISHERS & INSTALLERS
Inlaid Linoleum Asphalt Tile
Rubber Tile
"EVERY INSTALLATION GUARANTEED "-Phone for Free Estimotrj
2465 N W. 76th STREET OX 6-3202
\ Bay-Bee Die-Dee Diaper Service

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' GRIMM MIAMI'S URST"
An Exclusive Laundry tor Diapers and Baby Clothes
2111 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 9-5593
KiiXG'Fi^lSIl PLASTER CO.
LIME COLORED PLASTER
Phone 635-4195
260 N.W. 27th Street Miami, Fla.
II O O I I "V
REPAIRS AND RE-ROOFING
V
1731 N. MIAMI AVE.
SINCE 1920
PALMER'S ROOFING
PHONE
FR 3-6244
BATTERIES for ALL AMERICAN and FOREIGN CARS
Experts on Starter and Generator Repairs
BATTERIES GENERATORS STARTERS
i!l-Y<*l/r IIATTIUIY INC.
SALES & SERVICE at Home or On the Road
1850 N W. 7th Avenue FR 9-3451
8345 S. Dixie Highway MO 1-5357
ANSWERITE
TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE
FR 3-2666 JE 8-0721
YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS
ANSWERED RITE
MODERATE RATES 24-HOUR SERVICE
Serving
JEFFERSON HIGHLAND MURRAY UNION
FRANKLIN PLAZA NEWTON
Repayment Promised LJA
Continued from Page 3-C
reminiscent of the soup kitchen
that fortunately we no longer sec
in this country.
In France and in Naples, fami-
lies with only the clothes on
their back and a tew dollars that
they might have been allowed to
take From then own country,
were waiting for their final move
to a new life. They lefi then
countries with a maximum five
days' notice, leaving behind every
valuable possession. To them the
road to freedom isn't the easiest
road, but it is a glorious road.
For Mr.- Lchrman and me. the
invitation from Moshe Sharett.
former Prime Minister oi the
State of Israel and chairman of
the Jewish Agency, was an eye
opening experience. It was one
that we shall never forget be-
cause of the dignity Of the people :
we met who said, "We don't want
Jewish community through our
teuerauon agencies
It is a strong message, but it
is a lifesaving message, and I
urge that you once again do
everything In your power to help
Combined Jewish Appeal uo over
the goal to help these men. wom-
en and children. "Tzedakah" is
the greatest "mitzvah" in Jewish
life, and I have every confidence
that our Jewisn community will
perform this in the tradition that
has made our people great.
GORDON ROOFING
AND SHEET METAL
WORKS, INC.
2148 NW. 10 AVE.
FR 3-7180
Have your roof repaired now;
you will fave on a new
roof later
"Satisfactory Work by
Experienced Men"
charity, we want .1
pa) you back
loan VVc'l
If ever we bad any doubts
about the importance oi our
work on behalf of Combined Jew
i-li Appeal, this trip proved that
we are not even, with SI.435.080.
approaching the lifesaving work
that must be done around the
world and at the same time con-
tinue the building of our own
WINDOW SPECIALISTS
"SERVICE WE'RE PROUD OF'"
Maintenance Inc.
REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE OF ALL TYPES
WINDOWS AND JALOUSIES
Complete Stock of Replacement Parts
7400 N.E. 2nd AVENUE Miami. Fla. 33138
Phone 751-4584
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Qood uUustc
IS
powerfully
influential
on
SOUTH FLORIDA'S flood JAusiC STATIONS
AM-1080 KC
NOW 10,000 WATTS
FM 105.1 MC 160,000 WATTS


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Page 10-C
+Je*lstlhrkte>r
Friday, February,
Feldman in 'Farewell' Speech
free lands, he satd this was "one j strations of volunUH. 1
. : the most remarkable demon-1 ory "
d^r.fw
* ISHINGTON .!TA \t.f
\ i.r. inis ition i o m
ir.U and
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in an address
App*-al' na-
: the
F :
ad-
visoi i uDcemenl
tion
Earlier Vice nl Hum-
phrey lauded the IJA achieve-
mentl Il<- told KM national lead-
ers attending the tuo-day confer
en< that the I.IV- goals were
consistent with Presidenl Johnsons
drr. e to eliminate poverty and so-
< il inju-tice in pursuit of the
goals of the 'Great Society "
Max M Plater, of Detroit, cen-
tra! chairman of the I'JA, said
tha' the raising of UJA's 1965 na-
oal of $108 ;- was "the
i important Jewish secular
act it> in which an American Jew
(ir be tged \nother major
ess v. .'i- delivered by Joseph
Me>erhoff, <>f Baltimore, who pre--
d Fisher in the r*>>t of .'-n
era! i h.urman
In his address, Feldman, who
cited President Johnson's and
Mr Humphrey's friendship to
Israel, stressed that the United
States is committed to the assist-
ance of Israel in the event of
aggression against it, and strong-
ly reiterated the viability of the
American commitment. The for-
mer White House official, who is
President Johnson's personal
adviser on Israeli and Jewish af-
fairs, told the UJA leaders that
friendship is a two-way street, in
that America's War on Poverty
is now receiving assistance from
Israel
Fisher announced thai the IMS
1 ,f.\ drive ha- i pened with contri-
mi totaling Sio,20o,ooo thr
> '-t -urn ever raised during the
first week "f .i I'JA. campaign in
the Appeal's 27-year-historj This
ial gifts -um. he said, In-
- fund- raised in a number
ol .mmuniti. hunt the na-
migration to I-rael from backward
countries !!< warned that another
monunlental eliort will be required
of the Imei Jewish (immu-
nity to : mmitmei I
29 "her nation*.
In bis addre-> which was the
principal speech at a Sui
in, Mr Humphrey said that
1 .! \ obji 'uncide'l M itt;
ministration concepts The John-
son Administration understands as
you understand, that there is an
inseparable connection between
human progress and social jus-
tice.' he stated. Citing the achieve
ments of the UJA over the last 25
years, including the rescue of 3,
0000.(1000 lives and movement of
1.500.000 Jews to Israel and other
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tion. in preparation for the Wash-
ington conference
The UJA'S total 1965 goal, he
'aid. includes S71.000.000 for glo-
bal programs now in progress to
aid refugees and distressed Jews,
and $38,00".I**' a- a special fund
to meet costs of a critical immi-
gration resettlement and absorp-
tion undertaking in Israel, and re-
ted need- Nearly 750.000 Jews
throughout the world will benefit
fiom the 1963 drive
Rabbi Herbert A Friedman.
UJA X< I utive < Ice chairman.
voiced a plea tor elimination of
pocket- of poverty" in Israel
created by the influx of 250,000
destitute immigrants in the last
four years Hi said 1965 will see
the continuation of the flow of im-
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE
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FOR DAD1 COUNTS FLORIDA
IN C HANCF.RY
No 65C 7"0
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I 1 etfc CIHUUI T ooun ur I HE
-liVSNTM JUOIC.ML ClKuUIT OF
FLORIDA I.i AND FOrt DADE
COUNTY. IN CHAimCcHY
No. aaC 'ne
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IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No 65C 949
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Kin il,- Janeiro nil Itrasil
A'..n are hereby notified thai the
nbove .iriiii.n.-.i notion hav been In-
.-litin -.i aattin*! you in ih.- Cireuii
Court ol the i:i. \.-nili Judicial Cir-
cuit ..1 i"l-.ri.ln in anil for Ihtde Coun-
ty to forei '..-.* a mortiTnite upon the
follow-In* .1 -riii...i real property:
Lot '. llhH'k '. COKAI. I'AI'.K is
TATKH SMTluN ONK neuonllna
to tin- I'lai tli-i. of, recordad In i'lal
Hook i'. Ptisa "". of ih.- Public 11.,-
onli- of l>nde County, Klorida,
Y'ou are required to file a n
-iv.- ploudlns to Iilainiifl- ...nii.l.i iii
with Hi- Clerk Hi.- afor.sai.1 Court.
anil ,-.rs,. a .<>|is theroof upon puilnt-
I ill alt..in. s MAKTIN KINK. Had*
Federal lUillillnit, Miami, Klorldn
S3I3I, not lai.-i than Mllivll 1*1, I'"'..'..
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i,-i,-il uanln>l you.
li.vi'Kli .lanuury 17, IM
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Clei k nf the Circuit "ourl
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SI'ISM VISION, iii'eordiiiR Mi>'
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..I I '.hi,' i'..-mis. Klorldn, toaethei
ss nh all 'Ii-- furniture, I'ui nlahlnit*
an.i all ohatii-lo ill s. i s in, i ami
:..iinr.' -it atid I hi in ml an mi-
ll i nm thereto and ri plm einenl -
thereof.
>'.i.l t.....tKiiae ss .i. filed itmons iln-
j I'ubllo Keeord* ol l>udi County, r'l..r-
i.i.i in i i.K. Itook 101: .ii 1'uai
.-.mi corrective mortKaite wa lii-.i in
11,It. ISook SIJI ut l"iiKe *'
Thin iii ss.i- Instituted in the (*ir-
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In linn of i he i.r-t publication In le-
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Attorney* i : Admlnl*tratrix, C.T.A.
.;i>'. I.m...In lid. Miami iieach. Fla,
l 22-29, '.' '.-I-'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIOA IN PROBATE
No. 65641 B
in in-: i:*tnt. .a
MOUTIMOKK IKVINI! S'll'.lN-
IIAKI>T a I. n Ali iKTlAIoKK
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* ai..1 All I'. m* 11 is
Inn i' iin : I'. iii.imi.- Attain* K:i I
!: tat. :
Yon are h-r. I... notified ..ml r. -
Miiir. .1 to j. -.-iii nil) claim* .ui-l de-
mand* ss hi, h sou ma) have attain*!
Hi,- e*tute MoKTIMoKi: IKVINC- v,.,: !:... 1W. |:|V,|
STKINHAKUT a k.n MOKTlAIOKK \i,,mi r,
KTKlNHAItUT, deceaved lali of Dadi
County, l-loriil.i, to the Count) Judge* ---------------------------------
at I ..ol.- County, i'..i file iln* .-.iln.- in
duplicute and a- pmvltled in Se.-ti..n
T33.I-1, Klnrlda Statute*, in their of-
11. .- in ih. i 'ouniy 'ollrtllou*e in
Ihtde Count). Klorida, w-|lhiu -i\ cal-
endar month* ii..in ih,- linii- of iii-
ir-i publication hereof, or th" .-an,.
vs iii be burred.
n .-.-.I ..i Ai ami, Klorida, thin ISth
da) of January*. A I'. Ili6a.
K. si'i:i.i-: STKINH \i:n r n k a
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 64G04-A
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manci.i. \\ i:iniii:ki:i:k,
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notice to creditors
To All i 'ri illtui and All I'eri llav-
Inn i'.i in- .' 11. in., n.l- A-nin-i >.- l
i:-i..i.
You in. I., i h notified m l ri -
.i'iii.,i i.. pre*eni .ins .'.aiiii- nnd di -
man.I- which you ma> have imain*t
Ho .-t.it. of Manuel Welnbeiwer '' -
,. .-..i int.. nf liude County, Klorida,
I,, ih. County Judiie* nl i'mi. County,
.in.l file the -aim- In duplicate and ..<
provided In Section TS3.16. Florida
Statute*, In theli office* In llse ('.am-
is- I'lHiiiii..!)-. in |.'.i.- County, "Flor-
ida, ssitliin -i\ i-nbnilar moiuh- from
Hi., tun. ,.' ihe fli -i publication '.
of. or ih- -ai". ss ill be l..iri Dated ul Miami, hlorida. tin- llih
.las .a January, A lv IS."
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f'hancerv x" lx-" ",rlx
If you fall i" iinawer as herein re- l'ir,;t PuW'caUon of thin notlee on
i-uired. Judgment by default will be i -'-"' '''> ol January, IM6,
taken again*! you for ih.- relief de-
manded in ih.- Compuilnt.
II IS HRKUIiY ..r.ler.-.l that this
Notice -hail i- |itibllHtied once a a-eek
for four i.ll ss.,.k- in The .l..ssi-lii
l-'l. riilian, a ii.as >|. i|..-r publl*hed in
Miami, li-a.l. County, Florida and
nnving gelleral ulrcolatiun in Dadt
i'..nuts, Kloi i.I.i.
SSIINDSS MY IIA.NTl as ". rk "f
-!ini Circuit Court of Hade County,
l-lori.la, and (he Held of .-ai.l i'
ut Miami, I'.ol
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MYKKX, Ui:iAlAX ,t KAfl.A.N
Atloinev- f..r l".\.-.iiri's
11..a P.\v. l-t Sir.'.i
Miami, l*l.-i Ida
i ::--:. 2 s-is
NOTICE U.wER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'ni'li v. is 1IKKKKY fllVEN Ihnt
the undorolKned, de*lrlng to engage In
hnsin.-- under the flcrltlou n:ini. ol
YlM.N'i; I.AXt. l-'ASIIIll.NS at 'ir.i'.i
County, Klorida, thin j Hardlna Avenue, KurfaWe, Hortda in-.
y'., 6i... i.i,,...n Ito.id, .Miami I liude l-'ederal Kulldlng
neb, *1"i on .ih in. "ii-in-.i Mvuni, I',.. i.i:ii :.:i.:i
wer or I'l.-olins; in iln- of lice ol
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ONB ANIi .|:i>KKi:|i .ii Sliulili.
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i January, ii"..-. [ i-ial- t>. register -.ii K. II. I.KATHKKMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Had.
Clerk ..f tin- i^i'i-nli Court ; Countv, Klorida
I Mile I'ount). Florida l:l-;i:-l'AT. INC
(aeall By: C. I". '' n'i:i.ANl Ky: HKK TKII'KIl,
IH.puty t'lerk .-.. i.:.,.. -Tr.-asur.-r
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
.'OTICK is IIKKKHY lilVKN that
-iiieea iiinler tin- fi.-iltinis nain.- of
unilersimi-.l. il.-Bliiiiu to ..nciKi- in
KINO AI'AKT.MKNTS at uunibei
. 7Sth .-' in tin i 'its ..! \l .in
oh, Kl' i 'I ...,...,..,.
i.i nan. ss m, i h. cu-i i. nf tin i
nl l.-d at V: I'! : I.i. I'
of Janti.it, i "."
VIKl.Ni, i i: si.IV iMAII'AN Y
HONFKI.H ,V I-'KI.I-AIAX
lorni.y* for Aimlleiini
' lllaca) l:
mil, Floi in.. '
1, 15-22-: I, "
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65816 C
IN' RK: K-!:.'.' "I
SAIL I'KOWN
I'..- a-.-.l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* ml All I'ereon. Ilnv-
itit: Claims or I man.I. Again*! Saul
lintlite:
Y'ou are hereby notified and re-
quired t" preaeni an} claim* and .!--
maiui- sshi.-ii sou may have again*!
. SS-S9, 2 .".-IS the nutate "! SAIL CROWN .1.....ueil
_____I late .a Had.- County, Florida, lo the
Count) Judge* of Hoi.. County, and
file .h.- sain.- In duplicate and a.- pro.
Sided In S.-rimi 7;:: Iii. Florida stat-
in..-, in their "ffU'i- In the Count;
i'..in il.oiis.' In Dada County, Florida,
within six calendar months fr.-m the
lim. .a iln- fust publication hereof,
or iii,- name will he barred.
Dated at .Miami. Florida, thl* l.'ili
.las of Jnuuai s A I I in.'.'..
1.11.1.IAN CKOWN
A- K\... illris
I'n-i publication .a Hii- notlci on
M h tin "1" .l.illll.'ll > !
I'.S Ci IN I. KI'ARHKH
\i i in s i... Kxecutrtx
IL'n I .ill' "In 1:.. nl
!:..,. h. Florida
l S. J 5-1S-19
l j:.. .' '.-12-u.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADt lOU.ITS.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. b .1, i :
IN UK: K.-iat. "I
I'AI I, I'. SANK) i|:li.
ll. .'.'.IS.-.I.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I'., til Creditor* ii nd All l'..-...,- Hav-
ing Claim* or lieinand* Aguiiis. Mild
i:-i..i.
Yoa an hereby notified and re-
iiiir.'.l to present ans claim and '!
mauds which you mas hav. against
the .-.-tair ..f I'Al'l. li. SAXKOKH,
deceased late ol DAI'K County, Klor-
ida, to the County Judges ol Uade
i'.unit), ami file the same In duplicate
and a* provldi-il in Si.li.m TJU.lij.
I'loiiiia Statutes, In their offices in
th.' Count) Courthouae In I'aili- I'-.un-
tv, Florida, >sltbin *l\ calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the .-am.- s\ill be barred.
Dated nt Miami. Florida, this ith
.tas of January, A.D. IMS,
ri.AI'Ui: AI. HAKNKS
As Ailiiiinistrtor
Cl.sniK M. BARNEK
Attorney for Administrator
j".': i 'alumet I'.IiIk.
1 1 -.--J-' -'-"> 2 ..
1 22-21.
'.-12
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
, IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE
I ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 46
la illl'.Y IKNK V|i IRK.
I'lainlifl',
s -
Kl ISANNK AI. IRK.
I i.-f. nilant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T< i III ISANNK Ali 'RK
57 Kust lam
I-..it llinii. .ii.-. 'allfornla
You, K08ANNK MOORii ure here
i.s notified thai a Kill Complaint
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XiiTH'i: IS HKKKI'.Y CtVRN that
ih.. undersigned, desiring to engage in
bnalne** under the flctliiou* name ..f
ATIIK.N'A at IHM K. 2.".r.| Street, llia-
i.-ah int. mis to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida
.Ii lUN S. li IMAS'IM.I.I
lleigel, Albert. \s'. i-- A I.s on*
Attorne) for \ppllcant
1162 \v Ftigler St.. Miami, Fla.
I.'I."-22- 2. 2 ".
IN THE C:RCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 791
i il.RN Ft. -li I8KPH,
Prarntlff,
s -.
imlli i'1'll Y I., ii isi'.l'll.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
V.-ii. DOROTHY" I* .H'KKl'll. resi-
dence nddress unknown, are required
in f||e sour ati.-ss.-r to th.' I'-nnplnim
for Dls'orce ssith the Clerk of th"
ibovi Courl und to serve
thereof upon Herman Cohen, Esq.,
1310-11 Congress Building, Mi.u-
Florida, on or befoi i si ...h l-t. 19r,
or else complalnl "in be taken aa
confessed. Dated, thl* !2nd, da) ot
January, 1965
R. I! I.KATHKI'.M \ X
i 'l.rk "I the i "ircull i 'ourl
im-nll B): C I. V1J5XANDKR
Deputy i "jerk
i _". ; 'i-12-u
NOTICE UNDER
F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HRKKKY (IIVKX that
th.. undersigned, desiring t" engagi in
buvlness under the fictitious nai.....
sil Klisvi>i i COMPANY ul i.i.
I'...in's. Klnrlda Inti ml- In n
said name ssith the Clerk "i the Cir-
. 't i ..in nl I ..oi. Count), Klorl i
.-S I.S AN A UI'KIN
1 22-2'', 2 12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 59302-A
IN RK: Kstati
li ill.N S i 'l.SKX. a k a
i '!.K nl.SKN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
for His..... ha- been filed ugainsl Po All Creditor* and All Person* Hav.
ymi. ami you ure required t<> s. is.- a ing Claims ar Demand* Against s.u.i
I-..!" of s.m: sn-ss.-r ..r Pleading lo Kstatv:
ih. Bill ol Complaint on th, llaint- You ar.- hireb) notified and re-
ift attorney, s VINCKNT I'Al'l.. quireil to present nn> claim* and tie-
JK.. loll s.iiih Street, Opa las-ku, man.I.- which son ma) in.s.- against
Florida und file the original Answer the estate "i JOHN s 01>KN, a k a
or Pleading in the office ol th- Clerk OLE nl.sKN deceased lit.- "i Dade
..I ih.- circuit Court on or beforu the County, Florida t.. the Count) Judge*
22ml da) ol February, I985. if you [of Dade County, and fi!>- the same In
fail to do -... Judgment b) defaull will' .Inpii.ai. und as provided in Section
b.- token ugainsl yon for the relief 7SJ.16, Florida Statutes, in their of-
demunded In thn Bill of Complaint. flci-s In the Count) Courthouse In
This notice shall be published once DsTde Countv. Klorida. within *ix r-al-
i-a. h ss.'.k for f.'iir consecutive weeks .-miiir months from the time of the
in tiii: iKsvisii ri.iii'.iniAN
fli si pnbllcatl n in i.
ir tin- sam*
l"..Ni: AND OKDKRKD at Miami, will be barred,
tlii- l '.th il .
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Florida
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Page 4-A %  k*i*trkrkf&r Friday. February 5 "^Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. S:xth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX 305-696-4889 FRFD K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to. Publisher '.. K •I • | b s SUBSCRIPTION RATES: LOO> *rfl On. \tr j v '"'•' Vrt fJOO Out of Town Upon Rtqutit Volume 38 Number 6 Friday. February 5. 1965 1 Adar 5725 Miami's 1965 CJA Is Well on the Way PA9SIW$ OF A FtylND ; 1965 Combined Jewish ApSoe Sec. C ten's and w id • • • in deI stake in thi : the goal, are loc a > to be l ugh CJA agencies here: Ml. Sinai Hospital, Jewish Family and Idren's Service :iome for the Aged. Bureau of Jewish Education. Jewish Vocational Sen Greater Miami YM and WHA. ce to New American of :he "•nal Council of Jewish '• ich of thi Mii i toward the att illei life times of stress. Ou: Fi as CJA also helps a v : ".ons dedicated to Jewish so the State of Israel's immigration pro--. irou |h the United Jewish Appeal, h receives approximately hail ci Gie lUal philanthropic effort. :at the campaign is in full sv. i of us must seaich our hearts an Ul role v. .', en so much is at .:ough our gi ire. :nd design of Jewish hum. the basis upon which our com: ii Combined Jewish Appeal Let each of ertain ontribute to its n success in 1965. Old Argument Again Lai :_>r the past two or • :rs. sea our food assistance Abdel Nasser of with some restrictive clau.-' to curb foreign aid to countries practu .nation or bent on aggri Each year, Secretary of State Rusk or an undersi has appeared at a ha plead 'hat such clauses will hamper tl ident's freedom in dealing with the nation's policies abroad. In the past, most of the anger expressed against Nasser was as a consequence ot his attitute toward Israel and his obvious plans to launch a war in the Middle Last. This time, the lines are more clearly cut. D.ctator Nasser has insulted the United States. He has told us, in less polite language, to go jump into the sea. (When our State Department planners in 1957 saved his life and reinstated him into the presidency of Egypt, he told us to choke on our fury.) Still, however, he continues to accept our food aid. Furthermore, still we insist upon giving it to him. Those who accuse our government of helping Nasser's scheme to launch a war against Israel argue that it isn't true — that we are simply giving him food credit. But the fad is that Nasser, less squeezed as a consequence, then allocates a significant part of his budget to the purchase of arms from the SoviefUnion. Now, lbs House of Representatives has reacted with greater anger than ever. The House feels that Nader's insults needn't berepaid with further American aid. Once again, however, our S'ate Department presses forward the same argument about hamperku. President s capacity to deal with foreign p •• Congressional r< %  '. v. %  • event of Eg..' ion aga ring N %  • I Tone Not Substantiated I American-] Bonn Gove: Israel the tone of las) that : Gem lion %  • ire. Ce." i will hi • the :s c: :rae an terieli Soviet Unii But Wei: Gof weapons that are obsolete in the grand to contain I : .-ad of Sov.European c hows a change in Bo:.:, [tti'ude towa: d oct to so many of the pro: • that have arisen between the two countries: notably, G-: ma:. Ivrorl Egypt and the failure •hus far to accord Israel diplomatic recoqnition through the official exchange of envc Hopefully, this is the beginning of i • relations. But mu'.h more is needed to bridge gap before some sort of normalcy has been achieved. Careful Scrutiny Needed The rabbis who express concern over federal aid to parochial schools have an excellent point. They are worried about the principle of separation of church and state. Such aid is as valid a part of the violation of 'he principle as Bible-reading and the marking of other religious observances in the school. We are certainly concerned with the development of the Jewish parochial school system throughout the nation. Those who feel that this sort of education is the bes* way for their children to receive a well-rounded, traditional upbringing have the right to apply themselves toward the development of these schools. But federal aid flies in the face of our nation's demc raditions. They would oppose it for parochial schools oj I y other denominations. They must now carefully scrutinize thoir • • s to make certain they aren't being prejudiced in theu own favor. during (he weel as i see it by LEO MINDUN • QANFORD I !i r • ti\i• \ ice pri lident \ | 0 • Ish '.'. %  tii n of icnish Worn-i icvilli Hoti • %  i v.i in danger nt %  %  that hhad not n .,„,._..„,. |fff| mmn\ m n piti best what Mr S %  A at mon than disquiet m ai percent of lion \ • • lr So* nest pointed nd •' %  -. %  Neil the esteem i then • whit "" %  y s • i| ml '•' hit : TNi MCf TOW AMD m*t1K STATUS CimtlMS A S IF THESE I Kurt her I I %  I %  A ho am or lhan I evei norai %  %  | ati '• J thinm oui i a I I' iHiitNAi fotcis nn mom MW IN SUM, M r Solon t-• IV is, ; er> made %  • • • • %  the Itibli • %  PSrCHIATKIC BAK AGAINS1 OBUVIOS U E N CE HEN I second. I oi or i h0 e b< .n betti • %  ipintual quaiit) • i&m that bound Ji „ .,. .,,„ ,...,,, ,. X: %  • %  : ii ||t S • nail) aski d. II P > ch, tn one and it ... %  %  ,\,u-r\ a iecood Um< • rhui in .H.I reel nea and %  %  for the past. "w< lean I si Blades i ,ir '--•'"'> %  "< b. • i relevant to modern moan.: I "f the major contemporan laauei rid pi rtj *" Ml s the outset Me J th. "' "" r ,: %  • IOJ of which deal I uith precisely these questioni Th thianeai ,t aaeau la s """ caativi i ii on etvll r.itht* world p.-. rtJ '" •'•' ''"•• i \cl..ion rf |ud u FVCninMi ei or ( aav>lra3itioi tlsalf^ythaj I • not be Judl m W irft which e are arm oarielveTad^.l p I • ''''"' I itmi nUhal be-t ., r faith that l.-irvar a %  t hlch Mr Solendei -ifd on IH brilliant .tuH ,., I



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F~~e 4-A &f Jm te* FkrkHsr Friday. Feb:u~. ""Jewish Floridian err:" end PLANT — ::: NE s.r. street Telephone FR 3-4£'.: Teletype Ccrr.rr.-r ::rtions Mies.; TWX %  MM4M FRED E. SHOCHET EdSoi and Pwbfiebei LEO MZNDLIN rjcecurjre Lz \m SEL.YA y. 7r.z:-:?sc:; Am is MiBrtw %  %  .... r • *;*-:. S*.-*~!t Faatwn 5.-fU Wf ::t N. i --. : s: -.- E:::i n *--c*• &f •' E-; i-•i' :.-.<• ••:•• -: -** Ai IUIICI P T :• R*~ES :-t t? a r^W* — l> -;. b bi • what Mr n disqui' til Our peopk be i is SO affluent I wn !in ,nd ar^piriir.t social expecr hiltat lesst eighty percent of i btt-r v.n Agi • tl backdrop of Hteea Mr Soleoder pi nt< -r**ct and ac< %  si si li d J< i .-. ., tiesi cultural, law nd unanei the • i ndi '" thi Jewish comnt %  I I %  • YIr I to 1 rum for the trot TH[ i.£ TG4i.ll? ntlHHK S1ATUS-WMBING AS IF THESE • • But e arc gei level If r. se si f ten J od thai finally caught up with th. ... %  %  j be a.", u:. frenetic statin • • • common 10 ... -••m ti Who an 1 H I be thing other than his u "h the sur\nal "f Jewry jt Isrgl As M • Iewish st witt coilegi %  ti Ji ishly Thi real understandme of what t is to 1 lewi h Si the campus. "There is a thinness about the quality in isatioBi — a n ih quality There :< a rr-. t Jevtab and mui Particularly ,-irtual revolt MrfWIAl fOfCfJ ft* fftOM NEW IN SUM. Mi S if on a %  %  -•• an on a i oral an ne. We seem t "in the inner a possiblj dire fut n in i kind of aolidarity I i I the threat else Bui I his does not mi .i internal forces uniUng Jews even then Far from it :•. Above all there were Jewish heritage and i PSrCHIATRIC BAK AGAINST OBIIVION LJENCE, WHEN Mr Solender called for %  % %  forces as the cen u own era, it would hi apt to i c immi nd a retun %  They do i gested to i" built for thi lirsl time; thej need vitalized. And. whin be said that second, third and foui I • are no ed bj the memory of or contact will who directly experienced tlu past, it would have been betl pbasize not the pogrom syndrome but the spiritual qualii i-ii! that bound Jews ;i a people for M many thousands i An we I" achieve freedom and pass into oblivion' endcr finally asked, His bar against such an eventualitj psychiatric one. and it is lure that he stumbled a second t' must achieve a sense of self-acceptance." Thus. In our n of the memories and nostaglia for the past, "we should learn tribute something to the future" by acquiring more knowledge our history and heritage "relevant to modern meanings." Thi interpreted in terms of the major contemporary issues society: civil rights, world peace, and poverty. It was Mr Solender himself who at the outset saw a about the quality in our organizations." so many of which deal with precisely these questions. The "thinness." it seems t comes from excessive emphasis on civil rights, world pe-" poverty, to use Ins examples almost to the exclusion of J' If we are to replace the internal force of the Jew, even in .M' der's term*, we must first return to the source t€e8plf*eii '_ deed, we must first know it relevant only to u^-lf^Jilw* not be JudafSm with which we are arming ourselves mfliuist i future extinction, but the qualities of \iiiietion .th.it besl 'Judaism's doom: a secularisation of our faith that lerfvss' with the affluence and right to acquisition of more and more symbols, which Mr. Solender so aptly deplored These Issues span, his talk before the Fed^rVKm ^" Women bordsrsfljon the brilliant in its |H-netratioTi §pdjinsii • i we -i t i *.• .Jt'



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Page 12-A *J c w ist> ncrkfiatn Friday, February 5, 1965 nOeh '3 ions s, AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave. .Orthodox. Rabbi Isa.ic Ever, n 8 |i in Salin.i.t> ".H .* m i I u i|'-1 C.iM'l I I ".I l-"ll:.Hi. :.l. Hi .\ \\ Voi i, i • AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGATION 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox. ; Cantor Israel Kerihnrr • %  — ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave. Conservative a, • %  BETH OAVIO. 2625 SW 3rd Ave Conservative. C.imor William W. Lipson. i !.i\ ::.'. p.m. in chapel y in muln -.in. tuurj s.iinr.l:i> ervices V tl'll-in.* %  • ''i. Nina., Ml cnKtii s itai 'ii' %  I.n >• ni-'ii: i \i •/.!.,I, Roj Una MItivnh, l>i"Portion of I hi \v. • i. Bur Mlixvnh MI.; -.HI ..mi daughter -f Mi and ('rule;, t f Mr. and Mm. Philip Hon ; .MrDavid .MI. Miian Mlncha 5:1.". p.m. BETH EL. 500~ SW 17th Ave. Ortho-LAOLER • GRANADA 50 NW 51st 1 do*. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. PI. Conservative. Rabbi David RosPrlday SMS ,...., Saturda) 8:80 ;...,.. enf.ld. Cantor George Goldberg. Sermon: "Our Manifold %  :tit~ MmKriday %  • 18 p.m <: • ik< r. llnrrv I chi 6:30 p.m. Sun..nli. .'f. iittorwy an.I nuthi-r oft • "Tlo(Iini-.n i'ii. i MI. Lsi... 1.1.-. • %  BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthoi„..,,.,i t „ \|, : ,,„| u Morris I'i-ndox. Rjbbi Berel Wein. i. _-. in honor "i Ihelr iinnlvorimi-y. Frlila; 5 ."•' %  p.m Uaturdaj 9 a.m s. rBaturdBj S 10 .• m Mlncha : % %  %  %  •' p.m. in-i "Let Tin in Tuki for Mi Itar %  • Mltxvuh < :l.-uii son of Mr. and Mr.-. HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pfnetree Monn> Meblmiin. > r Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander 8. Gross. BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington • Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Maunce HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI 1201 Johnson st Conservative. Rabbi Mamches. David Shapiro. C a nt o r "Yehudah Heilbraun. BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor 8enjamin Ben-Ari. i'ii!. \ > ::. p.m. s. rni. -II "WliiKton in hill—Tin Man ..f Ih. "• ill \ ii. I Mr* Ell W< iii ill li Rl ill. • :n honoi ul Mi \:. \ Hlahl. ronisresratlor Si \ ton ai %  | .M Sa.ini.-l nn Mlncha .' n i ; :\ of Vl ml -. IT SRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen I Idnj 5 Ml an.I *:15 p.m %  \ % %  in i |1nr Mill Ki f Ml ml BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 136~0 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative. Rahhi Richard Marcoviti. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE. 1532 W.-i*hmaton Ave. Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H Stern. Seymo..r H.nkes. '> %  •-••• •"'',' x in l"> '". i is p in Pulpll RII. t. K. W i "' •>' v %  Mi %  .1 l.j .1 % % % %  } %  .1 I-i -,.i s„. iKoeii. iti. ol J l Pal rday H" a m • \ Mm. Iia da lit 111 i %  of M P "' M .-;. ,1 III'' III H m BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd Ave. Orthodox. RaiDh Krieger. secretary. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave. Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrfietd. Cantor Abraham Seif. i ,la\ i i and v p m • ~ „. M. nn • .-• l %  %  ii %  BETH TFILAH935 Euclid Ave Or( „, s ,., -,.,,. thoJox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky — • BETH TORAH 164th St and NE 11th Ave Conserv ltive. Rabb. Max Lipschiu. Cantor Beo-Zion KirschenDaum. i %  | .... ,i p.n [ta> M la, %  ludj da on iiii i ol Mi 'tni Mr i:i, Ron. .-. s in Mai -i.i. .. • I Mr in.' Mi v i %  •. %  ;:. r Ml ,n.l i. — • B'rJAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St Conservative. Rabbi H.irold Richter. Cantor Jack Lerner. .... .; MIAMI BEACH ET7 CHAIM. 1544 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. — • VINYONAIRES CONGREGATION. 3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. •• OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeas Weber, man — • SOUTHWEST CENTER 64-?8 SW tth St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Greenwald. I • %  iln i n H :,.I Srrmoi Tin Kutiir.ol I lii I Mn. nl M A TASTE OF HEBREW 13 A Weekly Column for Beginners presented by THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF HEBREW CULTURE and the AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION F.dhor: DR. SHI.OMO KODF.SH Many people read our lesson. Nfanv women learn Hebrew from the newspaper TytfQ r B*K— ? =*3=r3K .*:;• .asr.K Vftfi n*r-i *jr;K V-e wan! lo know (become acquainted) >ou. Who ire ymr? Who learns (m.) and IffV^fi *^ nOI^ 2 ?BrK '= who learns (f.)? Where do you live (m ) and where ?H"IJ T.K Tlt^HT. m S nriK HB'H do you live (f)? T How many people in your home B'sTlIp BBVT fl-BS Br:>? HOB read Hebrew? ?ri"lBJ7 What do you think (m) about our %  *W^5 ^? 3^" nflK DO lesaons? t^3 l ?V What do you ihink (f I about all this. TfT.T 'ft Vf ttfrir, fl* no Did you learn much, or little? ?BgO :* ,n-n nr.lSb Is th.s easy, or difficult? ?•, %  "!K ^?. nt Whai was good and what not so ?3:S ".rVs & r.Dl ,3^0 rWI no good? Pieaae write ut a letter. .Bf 30 iSV Brr.B? r,V?2* We are very nappy lo receive letters. .BBfiB0 ^S"^ latO BTTOW *Jn: You can write in English. JV^KB 3^57 DW B^H PkMWl Thank you! Shalom! !BT*r !nnir SnWpB? : n s i r, 3 n r ARBLTH FOUNDATION: 515 rark A, N. Y. 22, N. Y. yon think (an ) sou think (ft eaar YOUR DICTIONARY FOR TODAY or we are glad tfcppy) te receiv a|nn nm rasrin rut ft 1B,-V7 W> ofipw* urv? MB man — men 0' r;K — U7*R woman — women D'WJ — !TJK to know (become "VVp acquainted newspaper pnj you (m. pi.) D3TW how many ,T5 (how much)? of your(aB.pl) D3^ .M ,-,. Miii' SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 45 Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nahmm. I ii,I ,v |i III Satin • n Bel ii ; ,ii The Spiritual Bye — • TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Conservative. 1025 NE 13rd St., Miami Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Neu. i .mil %  I p.m Satin da} i .,in Kei iii'-n a 'Inn. hill. A I > %  KI li III 1, .ol. I -III]' I'.aMltlVI ll .lain.-, son ••! Mi-. I'..r..|h> I'.n.n.i Mini ii, 11 p.m. — • TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall Or.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. — 9 TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S 14th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. I"ri K:IS p.m. Hermon: "Churx-hlll's rl.,.-.in Jewish Hlatory." ^— • TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW 120th St. Reconstruction^ Rabbi Morris Skoo. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. • TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holty] wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative. I Rabbi Morton M.iiavsky. Cantor Ernest Sterner. — • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. I'ri.i, i p i Si mon !... s r he \in.ii.ili I. \\ linl.-l-lali.l Who II.' Sill i I III I In M %  /.\ all Jill, ilnuithti i ol i %  ,• ii Mi Solomon l '• ioldman. — • TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 1U00 NW 22no Ave Conservative. Rabbi S. M Machte.. Ca-itor Abraham Reiseman. I'i in, S ;-• i' in Si .-in. n i ', %  i' H i'ou Kinm When lunioi i i>i s. %  — TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washington Ave Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. in I'ulpl I l M.i\ \ / • ii.. nan. ell. .'. \s i>li Tl loirlriil Sell narj %  : \ n, Sal ) • 'i S. in. n "Th.\V',-,ki i:..i Mltlr, i II -1.1. -"i %  Mr and M I Nu-I., .in SIIIIIUI'I, -"ii ol Mi Kll, VVIVM i %  i — e TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE Wth St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. l'ri.l,> *.l."i p MI Pulpit Kllt-M. 1 'I Its'lirs r Kita.HH, i-,l.l.. of Sinai Ternl.l. in M' \.-in-.ii. N V IS M lull .-i.,,ii In liluti L'lrrK) %  • %  Topli "W hj Ar< ^ ii II — • TEMPLE JUDEA 320 Palermo Ave. Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morns Kipper. Ii nl i > i %  p in .-. ii • ii "li.igmn...; i — e TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowita. Cantor Edward Klein. — e TEMPLE NER TAMIO 80th St and Tatum W.ilv*i, Modern Traditional. Raboi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh v u i: i i i %  i %  till will I — e TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative 8755 SW i6tn St Miami Rabbi Samuel April Cantor N.co Feltfman I'i lll.iv S p in II.IM.I-. Killinii Hi • i a.n \ %  i %  <: ii .1 -.ii of Mr. II I :..,, -. — e TEMPLE SINA: OF NORTH MIAMI 12100 NE 15th Ave. Retorn. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale I-IIIJ. ul T. mpli i : i .. K I.Ll I |OM > ill ill,-1 ,.,, M I Till M. Ill II'||| till v., .. %  I-'I 1 Itll — e — TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB 951 E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative. l-'l I'l.iV I.'. p Mi • %  kl) I'II lion ..i ili.. i„i • %  u ill u read — e — TEMPLE ZAVIORA. 44 Zamora Am Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks Cantor Ben Dickson. I"'id.is I" %  in >.-i in. ,M i:i ..iii, %  'li, Mldilli I'ii Hi Satunlin • i an Sel in. n III. live ..in! Taki "I i i %  %  — • TEMPLE ZiON 8000 Miller Rd Conservative. Rabbi Alfred WanSYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION TERUMAH -Moreover thou shall make the Uberoacle with ten cur tains." (Exod. 26:1). •And thou shall hang up the veil under the clasps, and shait bring In thtther withinathe veil the ark of the teat! mom Kxod. 26:33). TKIUMAH The children of Israel were asked for an oil. r Ins toward the construction of the Tabernacle and its VM eli •Gold, and silver, and brass: and blue, and purple and scarlet, and fine linen, and uoats hair; and rams' skins dyed red. and sealskins, and acacia -wood: oil for the light, spices for the anoint in S oil and for the su.et mcense; onyx stones, and stones to be s,t for the ephod, and for the breastplate." (Exod. 25:3-7). The ark was lo be mad.' of acacia-wood, covered inside and out with sold. The table too was to be made of acacia wood There were to be a golden candelabra, a tent of curtains and boards, outer curtains and inner curtains, and an altar of acaciawcod. covered with copper. Finally, the construction of the courtyard of the Tabernacle was described. This recount!** of the Weekly Port.en of the Lew i> etracted end based upon "Th Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage" edited by P. Wollmen-Tsemir, $15 Publisher is Shongold, and the volume it available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang. ;abl le all jret ute ;re m ica| •rio ion plo; nee vet] i a ten! JUT" the aP iconl n I THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT Branches of Judaism And Mutual Interest By RABBI SHERWIN STAUBER Young Israel of Greater Miami Question: "Shall Orthodoxy, Conservatism and Reform Judaism Remain United in the Synagogue Council of America?" The above question containSO many facets, both pro and con, thai an article limited to 250 words can hardly do it justice. There is no doubt that on the surface there would a e e m to be lirong positive arguments in favor ol such an \ ociation, A strong, II n i f i ed voice of American .' e w r y on such problems as discrimina tor) laws in the I'm tel States, the plight f Russian Jewry, and other areas of mutual interest is both commendable and highl) useful in dealing with world opinion Nevertheless, the negative as peris of such an Association, although not SO apparel.t at first KABBI STAUBH glance, would seem to overweigl the advantagesWords such as 'unity" and "hai mony" have become so popular it: appeal that they sometimelend t stifle legitimate differenceol opinion ami create a blurring ol distinction between the sharp dit ferences in ideology that separate the Orthodox, Reform and Consei vative movements. In Ihe teal not to cause dish.u mony, we often find both rabbinic and laj leaders in Ihe framework of organizations such as the Synagogue Council of America uttering mere platitudes and diluted state ments, or the complete absence ot a statement in areas that call for forthrightness without compromise The price for such unity in Amen can Jewish life has been to leave the average i< with the mis guided impression that the majoi difference between the Orthodox Reform and Conservative philos ophy ithe physical makeup of.tbf synagogue and the type ol food on eats The time has come for the threi divisions In Judaic religious' thought to work within the alreadj existent national Jewish organiza tion for a statement %  >! mutual in terest and to allow the respectivi ous "i ganizations free reigi to preach what thej purport ii pi actice 'Religion Revisited'Series Slated at Temple Judea TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N Miami; Ave Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernicta. I"i lllli) ::n |i in Si l in,.11 P


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nFjsbnaaty 5. 1965 +JelslTUrMiar) Paqe 7-B • 'Aqua Varieties' To be Seen Here "Aqu.i Varieties." a one-lvmiwatt* >peetaeular hosted by the buabaml-and-wife team of (lordon and Sheila MaeKae. will feature -water I'allet. thrill and comply actr v addition to the Chad Mitchftf Tim. one of today's most poptria: '. iHin 1 ; folksinyiny groups. TV special program, the second in 'In"Kleetrical Showcase" series, will be telecast on ABC-TV this Sunday at 7:30 p.m. Sponsored here by Florida Power and Liy'it Conipa • the programs are pre sented ly a nationwide yroup of inveatoi' %  !> nt-d electric utility companies "Aqu. Varieties" will be staged in Mid around the outdoor swim ming pool oi the Kontainebleau Hotel Dr. Wolfson to Lecture Thin: ei ;ure on "The U rid We Live In will be uiven by Or Abra ham Wo||'-on. belore the Spmo/.i Forem Mr Adult Education meet ing next Thursday morning, 10 to 12 noon, in the auditorium of Waakin.t.m Federal. t23t Wash ington V.e II K. Kaden is chairRev. Kari Will Address A JCong. Luncheon Feb. 16 Mrs. Irvinf J. Kaplan, fund raising chairman of the Women > Division. American Jewish Concrete, announces that the Rev Max Karl, director of the Florida Reg ion. National Conference ot Chris liana and Jews, will be special guest at a donor luncheon of the division on Tuesday noon Feb. it>. at the Roney Plaza Hotel. Rev. Karl has had an active career, including radio and television. For many years, he was asoc ated with community organizations serving the public wellarc. health and education. Rev. Karl will speak en "To Big (.try—No Sanction' at the Feb. 16 luncheon. Participating in arranging the luncheon arc Mrs. Leonard Sidersky. president of Biscaync Chapter, and Mrs. Ben Weintraub. donor chairman of the chapter: .Iirs Sylvia Silvers, president of Jus tine Chapter, and Mrs. Harry Wolk. fund-raisins chairman; Mrs Joseph Albuquerque, president of Louise Wise Chapter, and Mrs. Anne Tanenbaum. donor chairman; Mrs. Benjamin Kamcn. national vice president of the Worn en's Division, representing Miami Chapter, and Mrs. Isaac Weinbergi i. donor chairman. In charge of information and reservations is Joseph I. Yanich, regional director. TW3 Girl' Now At Fontainebleau Nancj tmes, blonde star oi NBC's "That Wa8 the Week thai Wl s." opened at Ihe Fontainebleau lei's Club Gigi on Wednesday lei ;i limited engagement through St turday His< Ames every week stars as lh e-TW! Girl" on the NBC network, singing the show's catchy theme with a new batch of sharp tongue! or si) lyrics usually pegged to the headlines ol the past seven days. fudge Stone to Talk Miami Junior Lh minimum weekdays, $7.50 Saturdays Iyis\5r 0 na •ind his Dynamic Latin Orchestra pltlN HARRY BRENTON ... '/ reservations: Pavlo: -lli L' :>btK> on the Ocean at 1Mb. Street. Miami I leach \Jfl'j9.\C £ -•*.' TICKETS NOW AT BOX OFFICE OR BY MAIl! box office open 1030 to 9 30 inYKURiaDY .. TECHNiCOlOU* S'JPWPAMVISION* 10 MOM WARNCR B0S H UNC01N THEATRE LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH JI 21702 2 performances daily 2:00 & 8:30 P.M. TICKETS ON SAIE AT JORDAN MARSH, MIAMI THE PARIS THEATRE ANNOUNCES NOW PLAYING THIRD BIG WEEK ON STAGE • IN PERSON Tkt funniest Yiddish-American Comic on the Stage Today! MICHEL ROSENBERG and HIS OWN SHOW 550 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH .. also .. IRVING JAC0BS0N MAY SCH0ENFELD IHUtS. MGS"E 0YSHER CN SCREEN HAND-IN-HAND An Israeli Short Plus Another Feature MICHIL BOSfNEfSG 1 by a nose! the MOST action! HARNESS RACING Nightly 8:30 TWIN DOUBLE I For Res. Phono 532-5594 T -I 'u VIIUI'I fl.rh Our SoeciaUy: Bi.r^jcts & Any Sort Ot function DINNER-ONE SHOW NITELY AT 8:30 | Pompano Park 211 22nd STREET off 22nd & Collins Ave.*^ FOR RES Ph. 532-5594 GRANDSTAND ADM.-$1.00 • All Weather Conditioned SEATING FOR THOUSANDS Clubhouse # Cafeteria 38 Min North of Miami • Flo. Turnpike Exit No. S Miami Area Reservations Call Toll free 949-1141 • Direct Bus Service-Calf Gray lines FR 3-3127; tVyily's 11 I Ml,' No Racing Snrul,i>> Sorry. No Minors



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T eJewish Floiddian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY >luirie 33 Number 6 Miami. Florida, Friday. February 5 1965 Three Sections Price 20' VICE PRESIDENT EXPECTED ^Humphrey Will yippear at Israel Bond Conference House Votes to Ban Food Assist to Egypt STATl OtUKTMNT APriAL PACf 2-A Tuts corporation provide* tinsur NEW YORK BOARD President Hubert I! Hum .11 be principal speaker at •"i International inaugural net foi State ol Israel era from Friday, Feb. 19. Sni la Feb 21, at Ihe • hiiMu Hotel, it was inl>> Abraham Feinberg, i ol tinI-;ael Bono Or .i %  Pi esidenl w ill ad ference al a dinner Sundaj Feb 21, al which the honor Mill be Sii Isaac iv' -h industrial phil -' The event rk S phn > lirt VI iu mi re be i aigi ed in Flor the Vic< Presidencj Mwphrey has been a friend ef |f State of Israel since he b*fr hit political career in WaaKi'jton DC as a United StateSenator from Minneota in fHi the year of Israel's dec larattcn of independence. He has an at numerous events in rt of Israel's program to e economic independence Miatoa democratic form of gov rnn-^t. WASHINGTON (JTAl — The House of Representatives adopted an amendment this week which would sever further shipments ol surplus foods to Egypt, despite ap p. ..Iti\ the Administration for continuation of assistance to the Nasser regime Secretary ol State Dean Rusk wen! into action im n ediatel) bj summoning members ol the Senate to a meeting in the 1 ii r e i g n Relations Committee room where he made a plea for the defeat Of the measure and the continuation %  >! aid t" the Nasser regime Republicans and man) Demo joined in support ol the mea -ure which A. ian amendment to an agrii ultui al appropriation bill increasing funds for the Com moditj i redit Corpoi ..t ion Fund plus commodities to Egypt under Public Law 48u The amendment, uttered bj Rep Robert ll Michel. Hlinoii Republican, was tir-t delcated on a vote bj division, hut was adopted when a roll call was demanded The final vote was 204 to 177 Frantic appeals by the White House end State Department failed to stem the anti-Nasser revolt by House members. Speaker of the House John McCormack. Massachusetts Democrat, appealed in vain for defeat of the amendment. He said the amendment would hamper the President in conducting foreign Continued on Page 8 A VICf PMSIDINT NVMrHNKY to as speaker 70 ISRAEL Vatican OK Seen Tor Declaration on Jews Th. •pen brae Unit* Amei help wider grant larae recor the y San natkH %  "Lilly rive to -ell | 1963 i" it"' I anada l and We let i I nee 1 ns ol mmi sorpl on D u ing 1964, the ii produced i in sales i Is quo) •%  00 lor l Roth i Peona HI c ami '' ,m Continued on Page 3 A We OK IJonn Salt' Of Panks i French \azis Listing Jews For \rlion' VORK 'l \ \ Frei • up ralhi it \ati.mal Socialist Part) claim in Fr. "' ,1 and A pariag lake %  • Frarn attack .1 try. t ican P orted this A line S* '.Me I' that tr N.I • I pared I list ol p imcn: ••for .HI 1 heaihji rt'i the r Frem an ai HL Nazi %  Adot' Th %  Ccntinued on Page 13 A \\ \S1IINC l"\ I \ Ihe I m t, i, .\ eminent gave w.-st Gei '" 5C I si ;medium il .i.: offii iall) disclosed hen fl pern issio ra ie I b) ihe Bonn C <\ • List [all, it %  .irevealed, of an .i-:e, menl with i N \ [orbidding German) to II or transfer the tankto an) u thei countrj without Washing' ton's approval West Germany purchased 1.000 of the tanks in 1957 and 1958 The 4?-ton tanks are equipped with a 90 millimeter gun. The United States rid itself of 1,000 of these weapons when they were rep'aced by a later model, the M 63 Officials here have refused to tall how many of th* Mil's Germany has transferred to Israel, but said the number is "substantial. the tana reluctant m dis ller 1 con i %  I in ipmenl ol luntru el Idle | s ...','• .. ... • nks and Egypt """" • i %  %  LONDON ITAi -The Catholic primate of Britain, Dr John ilee nai R nan Catholic Archbishop nt Westminister, expressed 'con litlence here this week that the recent Ecumenical Council's dec i.ration, mi relationwith Jews iving the ancient charge by deicide from the Jewish people. would be approved and promul•. i b) Po| •• Paul \ 1 before the end of tln> yeai such prom il t .mi would make the views .\ pressed in the Council's de tion official Catholic Chun h i;, \ iev iu_ the 'sti ange adven lure" ol Ihe declaration in the E umenical Council Dr Heenan noled thai Augustin Cardinal Bea, i ho had dratted the document pre sented t i the first session ol the Council, had intended that the Church "make reparation to the Jewish people" .md break down n> anti Semitism existing among Catholics toda) Dr. Heenan pointed out that "the barrage from the Middle Eastern camp," led by Arabs, saw the Bea draft as a political document, rather than as a rel.gious treatise. The second session of the Council, he recalled, received a draft which "once again condemned the Jews as a people for the death of Christ." "Th—e alterations," he continued, "were distasteful to the majority of the Council fathers." But the final document, appnn pd b) the thud Council, said the archbishop, should be satisfactory I i the .lew s and, with its supple ment on other non Christian peo also t.. people of all creeds While discussing the Jewish it ion l>i Heenan also said that the Council declaration "seeks to prevent further persecution of ii w and allude I to the situation Ol the lews in the USSR In the So\ let 1 HI. m." he said. ••the) 'he Jews share with Christian brethren restrictions and hos 11111> of a sun bitterly anti relig urns state There is less religious libert) in Russia toda) than In the last days of Stalin In our prayers ve .huuld remember the persecu led .lewin the Smiet Cnion Rabbis Fear Federal Aid To Schools NKU YORK [JTAl Pn Johnson was lauded here this week b; the New York Board ol Rabbis, est group ol Orthodox, Conser nd Reform rabbis in N York for his program toward the inn!,!I he Great Society" in ,.. ts 1.1 human welfan and proposal lo tallinj for revisit i ol th< pn -• nt immigration lav based national orii ins it:, rabbis orsed, at their 84th annual meeting, the President's call lor an all-out struggle against poverty \t tht same time, the i adopted i resolution express n m over the re, ent eftot ohtaii l '•'! ial aid loi privat Continued on Page 9-A ATTEND RECEPTION Shazar. B-G At Churchill Last Rites LONDON 'I \ Israel Presi Shazar, who. together v ith I'M mer Prime Minister D Ben Cm ion took part in the tu nei al rites i i Winston Churchill. left henSunda) for Israel aftei attending a reception in his h given b) Ambassador trthur Lou lie Mr Ben Gurion remained here until Tue In ;1 press %  ference at his ho tei President Shazar hailed the Continued on Page 2-A EVALUATES RESULTS OF CAMPAIGM Neumann Eyes Zionist Meet + v.u YORK J1 \ ol the developments at I • januar) in Israel *a> given eek b> Dr Ema s, .,,.. i lit ol th. ^ %  rht Ai pn sents i i I V IS onstrui live in spirit, with a re %  :•::'. OH lers ol bas po • "The clash of partisan inter ests was severe enough to prevent the election of a new executive, which caused resentment among the delegates in Jerusalem and unfavorable comment ab.oad. But such criticism, however justified, can not obscure the positive achievement of the Conqress as Ihe mo .t important and influential deliberative assembly of World Jewry." With respect to the pn nl in countrii i> Neumann said tl \ thieved a bi... %  d on the ( \ urgenc) ol combatting Ihe live forci • ol assimilai litional b Ihe erosion •>! Jewish \ ihi i the contii ish life '.n n ost co mt. Of vital significanct rstand eacht .,,i % 



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+Jew 1st Rcridiar) Paqe 5-A eh to right are Exporters and Importers Group Co-Chairmen ester Arkin and Joe Teitelbaum. with S. Ronald Pallot, Transirtction Group chairman. J A Manufacturing and Transport livision Announces Leading Figures FOR RfMTED STOMIS Sit PAWS 1-9C jnon Pallet, co-chairman of ides and Professions Counif the !!*>."> Combined Jewish and chairman of the Man:turing and Transportation up of the current campaign, ai nouncecl the acceptance of • g industry tigurcs to head ^'oups in the division. allot said that the Manufacturing 'I Transportation Division Eas set an increased goal of $52,50o. r keeping with increased goal. nnounced by every division 01 th< campaign. "t m confident that the many gro.i leaders who will again serve in this division, along with &f he i ddition of a number of outstanding men, will help us to reacr our goal," he stated. Two leading units, the Metals Cioup and the Paper Group have •.nnoureed the acceptance of chairaVien who served in 1964. Kcbert Somerstein, Remington Standard International, and Max Temi'an. Florida Metal Supply C'<>.. v ill again head the Metals Croup and Sydney Gans. Sydney Taper and Bag Corporation, will again read the Paper Group. The Paint. Chemicals and Plastics croup idivided into three sectioi -. Co-chairmen of the Paint Section arc .lames Aberman, of Commercial Coatings Corporation, who will be joined this year bj Pete Silverman, Silver Paint Co Roben Levin, standard Chemical somnsrvN BAKNtJTl Crystal House Party for CJA Fitfeeii leading residents of Crystal House will host a cocktaii party at the Crystal House Dining Room on Monday at 4 p.m.. it was announced by John N. Serbin. chairman, and R. Williams Apte, co-chairman, respectively, of the Residents Division. Dr. Irving Lehrman. 1965 Combined Jewish Appeal chairman, who has just returned from a 12 day tour of Israel and Europe, will report on what he saw during his trip and detail the outstanding Federation agencies in the Miami community that care for the sick, the aged, the indigent, the handicapped, and families with per! sonal problems. Co-hosts for the Crystal House event, another Residents Division function to help meet the 1965 CJA goal of $1,435,080 for 41 agencies in Miami, nationally, and overseas, include the following: Richard B. Ayares, Aisik Brener, Murray Drexler. Joseph Gardner. Lou Harris, Sampson Hittner. Dr. Sigmund Klein, J. Gerald Lewis.! Also. Jacob Lovvy. Philip Lustine. Morris Norian, Charles Reskin. Julius Rosenberg, Irving N. Stenn and Philip Thau. Ner Tamid Ladies Plan Card Party Temple Ner Tamid Sisterhood will have a card party and mah jong affair on Saturday in the Social Hall at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Ida Raskin is chairman. Evening will include refreshments and prizes. On Tuesday noon, a bazaar luncheon will be held. Merchandise item for the bazaar will be admission. Mrs. Murray Shaw is chairman. Four Years in Pulpit This Sabbath marks the beginning of the fourth year of Rabbi Max Shapiro as spiritual leader of Beth Kodesh Congregation. The adult series in history will be resumed this Sunday morning at 10 a.m. Strong Vet Safe-GiVes Hours of Continuous Relief from Minor ARTHRITIS MIM 800 in Tribute To Dr. Lipschitz At the Deauville Some 800 peri-ons attended a testimonial dinner in honor of Dr. Max Lipschitz, spiritual leader of Beth Torah Congregation, on Saturday evening at the Deauville Hotel. Guest speaker was Rabbi Moses Lehrman, of Detroit, Mich., father-j in law of the Beth Torah rabbi. The testimonial marked the five j years of service by Dr. Lipschitz to Beth Torah, as well as his 18 years in the rabbinate. It also celebrated his winning the Doctor of Philosophy degree at the University of Wisconsin. Present at the banquet were a host of communal dignitaries, including personalities in government, the rabbinate, and orj ganizational affairs. Presidet of Beth Torah Congregation, which has grown during the past five years to a membership of some 750 families, is Richard Sneider. Chairman of the dinner of tribute was Howard Ralby. Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-EI. and uncle of Dr. Lipschitz. offered greetings on behalf of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association. Anacin* gives hours of continuous relief from arthritis' minor pains — even such chronic pain arising from deep In the joints. Anacin also reduces swelling and inflammation. In minute pain goes so that it's easier to move afflicted limbs again. 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Pri* jfewry 5. 1965
+.Jeisii fkrldkir
Paqe 11-A
Lecture Series Opens at Betii Shalom g^fcgyg
Ulpan Classes
Resume Here
Second semester of the tilth an-
nual Ulpan cla>M> in Hebrew lan-
guage spon***> the Bureau of
Jewish Edtmtion will besin Tues-'
day evening, aieordinR to Joseph
CoheD, jyeskfrnt of the Bureau.
The UtpMf elas-es are modeled
after tfca Btensive program for
teaching conversational Hebrew in
Israel, With emphasis on active
particltwilW b> students. There
are three Ulpan courses now avail-
able in Miami Beach: elementary.
witft abMty to read Hebrew as
a requirement tor the second se-
mester". Intermediate, and advanc-
ed HeWP^a'.
Texts aW* materials used in the
classes' MUtkle American and Is-
rael Mote, magazines and news
papers.
Class** meet Tuesdays, from 8
to 1 j.rtr. at Temple Beth Sholom
School, 41st St and Chase Ave
instructors are Zvi Beryer. as-
soeiate director. Bureau of Jewish
Education; Mrs Zahava Sukenik,
ajinstnietor at the Hebrew Academy
Ln* the JBuiv.iu's Hebrew High
Rabbi Henry E. Kagan. of Mt
Vernoni N.Y., will kick off a series
ot lectures based on his book, "Sit
Who Changed the World," on Mon-
day evening, 9:15 p.m.
Occasion will be the third ses-
sion of the adult studies program
of Temple Beth Sholom, according
to a joint announcement by Mrs-.
Irving B. Kaplan and Mrs. Irving
Variety Names
65 'Godfather1
Richard P. Wolfson, senior vice
president of Wometco Enterprises,
has been named vice president of
Variety Children's Hospital.
He will serve as a member of the
Board of Trustees, it has been an-
nounced by P. William Burke, hos-
pital president.
Wolfson, a 13-year veteran with
the Wometco organiiation, Is cur-
rently a director of City National
Bank of Coral Gables, and has
served in executive positions
with such communal agencies as
tha Crime Commission of Great-
er Miami, American Red Cross,
the Child Guidance Clinic, Com-
munity TV, Foundation of South-
ern Florida, and National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews.
A eradunte of Harvard and Yale
Law Schools. Wolfson is a member
it the New York ami Florida Bar
Association^, and has served as
law secretary to Justice Rut ledge
of the l\ S. Supreme Court.
He is co-author of a book. 'Jur-
isdiction of the Supreme Court of
the United States."
As :i member of the board of
Variety Children's Hospital. Wolf-
ion will participate in the planning
of the 1965 development fund cam-
paign expansion <>f fhc hospital.
Kushman, chairmen of the Teni- Feb. ISRev.
pie's Board of Ernie* lion and Adult minister of the
Studies Committee, respcetieeiyt-^'hurch. "--"
Feb. 22-Prof.
Dr. Kegan, both a rabb. and a
qualified psychologist, is spirit-
ual leader of Sinai Temple in Mt.
Vemon. His book is a psycho-
logical analysis of six Jewish
geniuses from Moses through
Freud and Einstein.
On five succeeding Monday eve
Mug*, the remaining personali-
ties will be discussed by the fol-
lowing:
John Papindrew,
First Unitarian
. iasi'si
Ramon Lemos,
Department of Philosophy. Univer-
sity of Miami.
Mar. I Pro*. James Tedeschi
Jr.. Department of Psychology,
University of Miami.
Mar. IProf. Behran Kursunog
lu. professor of physics. University
ot Miami.
Mar. IS Rabbi Leon Kronish.
spiritual leader, Temple
lorn.
Brotherhood Fete
Temple Zamora Religious School
in conjunction with the start of
Brotherhood Month, tlUs week fea-
tured a unique Sunday School as-
sembly commemorating the ob-
servance.
A show called "Dolls for Democ-
racy" was presented by Mrs. Len-
ore Curtis sponsored by the B'nai
B'rith Anti-Defamation League.
The dolls are part of a collection
of 280 dolls of outstanding person-
Beth Sho-, alties in history who showed a
common love for mankind.
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School; ami Sholem Epelbaum,
principal teacher. Congregation
Knesetfa Israel.
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Page 8-A fJewisti thrldUaii Friday, February 5, igat 1 s House Votes Ban on Aid to Nasser Continued from Page 1-A relations and tie his hands in dealing with Egypt. The bill now goes to the Senate. Where a number of Senators Oi both parties are already on record against further aid to the Nasser regime. If the amendment is retained by the Senate. President .lohnson would be forced to veto hi> entire agricultural appropriations bill to kill it The State Department was described by informed sources as "furious" over the House vote and is said to have voiced apprehension lest the House alone 'drive Nasser into a real frenzy of anti-American actions." Chairman George H. Mahon, of the House Appropriations Committee, opposed the amendment. asking Congress not to be influenced by Egyptian Israeli differencies. Rep. Seymour Halpern. New York Republican, replied that the issue was much broader, and involved support by the American taxpayer of the Castro of the Nile." He compared Nasser with tubas Fidel Castro, iitmg Nasser's anti-American expressions and actions, his support of Communi>t policies, backing of pro Communist Congolese rebels, and gangsterlike tactics." Me said Nasser •made a mockery of our aid promam" which only subsidized Egyptian arms acquisitions from Russia and policies of subversion and intrigue undermining the peace of the Near East and Africa. Rep. Leonard Karbstein, New York Democrat, and member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, differed with his own Administration by backing the amendment. He said that Nasser had disregarded previous expressions by the Congress, and that nothing less than mandatory action severing aid would at this point uphold the dignity of the United States Rep. Benjamin Rosenthal. New York Democrat, who has joined the Foreign Affairs Committee, agreed with Rep. Farbstein and indicated that the true interests of the United States were not coniUtent with further assistance to Egypt. Rep. Gerald r-ord, Michigan Republican and minority leader for his party, called for a stand against Egypt, and rallied sopport for the amendment. Rep. Silvo Gonte, Massachusetts Republican, cited the burning of the U. S. library in Cairo and Nasser's backing of Communist causes on the world scene. Another Democrat who differed with his party's position was Rep. William Fitts Ryan, of New York. He had offered a parallel amendment, but the one proposed by Rev. Michel, member of the Appropriations Committee, was called up first. Rep. Ryan stated that the lessons of recent history taught that leaving the matter to the discretion of the Executive Department was useless, and that the time for severing aid to Egypt was past due In a meeting of Senators held in executive session. Secretary Of State Rusk, aided by Chairman J. \V. Fulbright of the Senate For eign Relations Committee, made a plea for the defeat by Senate of the amendment passed by the House. Meeting with the hurriedly assembled Senators, Mr. Rusk said the amendment would "usurp" the role of President Johnson in making fort va policj Mr Husk sought to portra. Nasser in a more favor able light, and asked the Senators to consider the future of EgyptianAmerican relations Chairman Fulbright, presided at the meeting and s'ronglv supported Mr Rusks position. He said he would oppose the amendment, and thought policy to ward Egypt was a matter for Executive Department discretion. A question of whether the Administration can muster enough Senate votes to defeat the antiNasser amendment loomed here this week, however, as S-p,. 1W ,., he would Support and fight House amendment The stated that "when. Col Y, ..,„'' In the eye of the' I in Nasser himself lerminati surplus commodity agreen nt. Sen Morse said that aggression amendment rated Into foreign aid l< two years ago, if heed.. Executive Department, wo P tread) l>oen applied bci Egyptian offenses. \, the Senator, Nasser\ in gresaion, and attacks on \ property proved that demand tribute from the nitej States will get iwajj with Sen. Fran* J. Lausi Democrat, agreed that I must not permit United Si to flow to a nation "slaj in the face." He said Ai assistance must IKtern-.. those "who tear down our tack our embassies and b our libraries." New Y' Slates Member Push An opening membership kick-off function for the new YM-YWHA ol Greater Miami facility, at 8500 SW 8th St.. will take place on Sunday afternoon beginning at 3 p.m., it was announced by Richard Brickman, membership chairman for the new "Y." The event has been planned for adults who are interested in learning about the facilities and projr:im of the new "Y." Brickman said. Several hundred people are expected to attend the program, which will include organized tours of the 20-acre grounds of the new "Y" and a meeting at which the re plans of the Y will be preted. Working on the committee are Mr and Mrs. Richard Brickman, Mr and MrMilton Balsam. Mr. and Mrs. A. Budd Cutler. Mr. and Mrs Robert Friedman. Mr. and Mrs Marvin Gillman, Mr and Mrs Marshall Harris, Dr and Mrs. Rich. ard Helfman, Mr and Mrs. Alan Koroblum. Mr and Mrs Morris Le< itt, Mr and Mrs Ronald Lev ltt. Dr and Mrs Henry LUDOW. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Luria. Mr. and Mrs.. Joseph Maliah. Mr. and Mrs. Barnett Robinson, Jr., Mr. and Mrs Herschel Rosenthal, Dr. and Mrs. Michael Goodman. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Sand. Dr. and MrRonald Shellow. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Trinz and Mr and Mrs. Louis Wechsler. Interfaith Day Scheduled Here An invitation to attend the annual Interfaith Day. CO sponsored by the Federation of Jewish Women and the Dade County Council ol Church Women, has been extend. ed to leaders of Jewish women's inizations bj Mrs Irving Lehrnun. Federation president This year's meeting was to take place at the Methodist Students renter. University of Miami campus, on Thursday at U 30 a.m. \s in the past, a noon luncheon was to be served, and an outstanding program featuring prominent speakers was to highlight the annual interfaith activity. Investors! Register for Project Investments CHOICE OF PROJECTS "BUILD YOUR FUTURE TODAY" WITH THE PRODUCTS OF TOMORROW FUTURISTIC RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT LABORATORIES, INC. 811 N.W 57th PI., Ft. Lauderdale 933-7195 (Miami Line) 947-7021 PEOPLE WHO ARE INTERESTED IN WORKING, SETTLING OR STUDYING IN ISRAEL TEMPORARILY OR PERMANENTLY can obtain information through the representative of THE JEWISH AGENCY, 1 Lincoln Road Bldg., Miami Beach Room 206 SUNDAY, February 7th, to WEDNESDAY, February 10th. 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Paqe 10-B +Jm4stifkr*tt*r> Friday. February J, u Teen-Agers Will Dance of T A housewarming dance for teenin the Jewish coiuniunn, ^iers this eoniing Saturday eve|| osls and hosiers i w % ntntj at p.m. will serve as a wel|alr wi „ ^ ^ ominx "-vent for young people at ,Trs M| he nev WMHA al 8500 SW 8th St resentat.ves Mrvini on a, 1 Open to teen-agera from the 9th 1 le-sidents Council of tfc through 12th grades, the dance will l.i-h division al t y.MH >e the first of many new actividance wflfl be ,, :: ictj ie wWr*"Hwe>ie Y tny>>utt-ioM#rn ballroom Seven presidents of Greater Miami Orthodox congregations gather at a dinner of the Religious Zionist of America here recently to receive Certificates of Distinction from Rabbi HerscheLJBchachter. of New York, chairman of the national praesidium and gues' speaker. Seated (left to right) are Abe Arsnoii. chairman of th* Dnner Committee; Rev. Joseph Krantz. president of the local chapter; Rabbi Schachter; Jacob C. Cohen, president of the Jccob C. Cohen Community Synaogue; Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual leader of the Community Synagogue. Standing (left to right) are William Cohen, president of Agudath Israel Dedications Slated At Cohen Synagog \ weekend of dedication aervicea lacob C Cohen Communitj Syn. •.. d "ii Sunday %  Pinchas Teitz, chief Elli fbetl \ •' ai d %  mber of 'he praesidium, I • hodox '.' %  ihbls of I nited States M anada. will be guesl ipcakei ri the nnlj | I pe i:jncAi>'" H Rabl Teitz, • ii ton omit authoritj \\ thi • Sight F rum this R ibij Ti r II Stern ill a set : tv\ in Menorahs Ii d upon the afftir In memory Ina Lansburgh, wife "i Jacob i I ansburgh and mother of Morris Lansburgh, pesigoed especial• the synagogue, the eight ft orahs stand up'>n two marble ,.rs imported from Italy The Temple, whose artistic de hareceived nati"nul atten %  not its opening live months ago, has 12 doors and 1? windows in honor of the 12 Tribes of Israel da> morning sen ices I Jacob C. Hebrew Institute; Rabbi Solomon Schiff, ipuitual leader of Beth El Congregation; Rabbi A. J. Safra, vice president of the local chapter. Jacob Silbovitz. president of Etz Chaim, Cantor Samuel Vigoda. of New York; Sol Rashin. master of ceremonies of the evening; Moses Grundwerg,-president of Beth Israel; Jack Ciment. president of Congregation Beth Tfilah; Miami Beech Councilman Hyman P. Galbut. honorary chairman of the Dinner Committee; Dr. Sol Nussbaum. president of Young Israel of Greater Miami; and Joseph Zalis, president of Beth El. *AM1 TIBOI STEM '%, Cohen, founder pre.-idt-nt. will dedc ale the me/uzah at the main entrain i with other donors joining him in the dedication ot the re utiHiunu 11 mem/ahs Rabbi Stern's M rsaon will he "Our Finest Hour." Following Dr. Menu's week!} Bible elaac at H p.m.. Sam Cohen Interfaith Affair At Temple Judea i • pli i : effort faith understanding, u won entitled H las That Jesus Sisterhood •. on Wed i • I Feb IT. rts "I SiBrother! id Mrt the H i, %  men • in a dra nat %  c lentation ompaniment, thai Is ot the Je I I • fO] till lervision HI the i thi %  itend Imitations have repared I iblii i|>aland their Lacutt) Mem iths are welcome and the reception following the pro e some tradition ai holidi ''i %  Linguist Ws!l Address Forum meeting of Yivo I /en g at the Far I \ n P | ei edjl • the Yid .-• n completed will incorporate %  i RABBI PINCHAS TtlTZ will honor his father, Jacob C. Cohen, with a Shalos Seudos Rahbi Ahi.ii. .Mi Weinschneider will otti • On Sunda) at > p.m., the syna i uue -II hold itfirst Siyum Ha korah presented b) the Safra famil> in memory of Rabbi Dr Meyer Safra The entire community iin V'ited to participate Rabbi Stern will lead the service, assisted by rabbis from man) partof the 1 Hi led States OPALOCKA .n H Jf' AUTHENTIC SMORGASBORD AND fOM = l ETE MENU B/.MOUff fACIUTItS (OR 200 OSEO VO'.DAVS For Information MU 1-9301 ummmmms THE WORKMEN'S C?rc E i, BRANCHES AND WOME I'S ClUBS in G eater M Present SJDOR BELARSKY In a Concert of Yiddish-Heb-ew-Enrj'i.h So SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 7 th, al 8 P.M. Miami Beach Senior High Sthcol 2231 Prairie Ave. Miami Beach Proceeds to I. L. PERETZ W C. SCHOOLS DONATION: $2 00 & $1.50 Free Parking For Further Information Call 538-5679 KING ARTHUR'S COURT STROLLING VIOLINS DINNER SUPPER DANCING MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS Co.Owner NOW! 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Page 2-C +Jm i*t ftrjridH^r Friday. February 5, '65 Combined Appeal Vows Increases Fra* $l,435.0a0 Goal Lp Bv $50,000 Over Last aV \ ear's Campaign Here Following the lead ol [the. InitiGifti dinner ai the Diplomat •el. where eommunil) um bed the i%:> C mbined Je sh fcppeal campaign with an 18 %  ent increase, all dit ii their 1 in re • ne< 'Ih( announced bj Dr Irving L n ai • ouil "i %  • • Miami Jewish Federa goal w I bj the -ii Cabiipproi %  • : • the Bxecu live Committee and Board oi 1 rrnors 1approximate!) 000 rl last y< above the amount raited in 1963. the campa -Kited u. have chosen a goal that we feel our CJA campaign can reach with the help ol leaders ol our community II is important to us that diir g %  ne that mfi''> the needol our agencies in the eommunitj and oi the United Jewish Appeal and itagencies serving men women and children in Israel and 30 countries overs* Rabbi Learman stated "Furthermore o be an achiei • eahstit one The figure selected by the Executh > ( ommittee ..n't the Campaign Cabinet is thi %  the %  %  Th %  record number ol n • %  •. prj 1 --n thusu sm lh( j ai e HI. end 1 reat < nfide e t thi ised • en surpass it." Di Lehr ng the lead ol the In residents ol igh-i ise apartment houses, including the Imperial House Ci -t;il House M011 Tow i • !' %  •• nil ers will hold, or have already fund-ra -. nciions I 1 the 1 I.ading Trades and Pr ties sional gr tups among them the Accountants, Mercantile, Food and Communal Sen-ices have already lined up their aCtivit} t'' help us meet an increased go The saeeess ol our Combined Jewish Appeal and the importance of surpassing our goal can lxshown through our allocation! made to CJA constituent agon Continued on Pag* 5 C AUOCATKMS IN DETAIL How CJA Has Helped Humanitarian Needs In 26 veers ol service to men. women and children 111 our %  reater U ami community and around the world in Israel and 30 countres. the Greater Miami Jewish Federat'on and Com bined Jewish Aipeal have allocated almost S27.ooo.ooo to better Jewish life, Over SISJMMhOOO has been provided to United Jewish M> peal and its agencies, aiding in the greatest voluntary philan thropic program in history. At the same time, close to sil. OOO.OOO has been provided tor Greater Miami Jewish Federation agencies in oar local community. The following lists the 41 agencies that helped to make a better life for mm. women and children through year Federation and Combine.: Jewish Appeal dollars in 1UC4 Shown here are the aim nuts allocated to each as of December 1. 1964 through our Combin. d Jewish Appeal Local Agencies Baron rle Hirach Loan Fund Bureau %  ,( .lew >h Education Greati Mia lewish I edi ration Jewish Famil) a d Children's Service Jewish Home for the Aged Jewish \ 11 itional Sei v ii 1 Mount Sii 1 ii'is,)i;.,i National < ouncU ol Jewish Women Retiremi ni Plan Y\l ft yHA 1 : Greater Miami Overseas Agencies United Jewish Appctl Aim-i 11.. Israel i iltural Foundation lii-i %  1 w 1 versitj -Tethnio 1 Pioi 1 Organ cation United HI iS S< rvice National Agencies American sssociation for Jewish Education American Jewish Historical Society B na, 1. rith National Youth Services Appeal H II* I—University of Miami CJFWF National Scholarship Plan Dropsie < cllege Hisladruth fvrith Jewish Children's Servici of Atlanta -h occupational Council .h wish I'm.k< ation Six ii I> Continued on Page 9-C $785,982 0 76.200 K1.4:.4 138.588 52 DOO 42.300 147.12311 3.000 22.210 200.000 $533,990 517.H4-I 2a300 4.85*1 2.100 ti.800 $,975 I 250 50 :<.ooo 1.900 280 250 750 500 100 Tin a many outst< mad Rc^ ., %  : en h %  roma mi .sici cp=, and heard Joseph Meyer lirman of the |ewi Gifts ra lub were ;ii ... .. rOR DFTA-IED STATISTICS ON SERViCES SEE PAGE 4 C Big Business of Federation: To Save and Build Lives By SIDNEY LEFCOUear. 1 wrote that the Qreatei Miami Jewish Fed i ration is bag tusiness and that Federation is everybody's business. Supporting anil working I 1 1 i edei .ii Hi in an era o! hi business 1. %  good investment lor %  vet > one. \ •• miliate our KM6 rum hiiied Jewish Appeal sponsor* b) our Federation, it >importam thai H recognise that the s*se and scope "i our business, the saving and building of human lives, 1.. rapidlj expanding 0 e, calling for increased support ol increased needs. The significance oi our cam paign and the far-reaching etfect that meeting, our goal will have upon the serviceand institu tioiu oi our local community can not be underestimated. We stand at a point ol depart ore. Each of our local agencies begins the year ol 19S.'> with out ilOHlt UfCOUKT standing new programs and -rea; promise tor expanded service to men. women and children that can only be made a reality by a successful campaign Thus year. our goal i> $1,435,090 to meet these Members of the Budqet Committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation studied the needs of all 41 aqencies locally nationally and overseas, before presenting their recommendations o the Executive Committee fcr the 1964 allocations. Fleeman. Among those who played a kev role in determinFederation Budget Study Committee chairman is David B. ation of the allocations resulting from the successful 1965 C'A campaian which exceeded its goal are 'left to right) Harry B. Smih, chairman, national aencies; Committee Chairman Fleern.cn; end Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, chairman. Ovc-rs-as Committee. Standing is Norton Paliot, chairman. Local Agences Study Commission. local and oversea11, \ e mil diminished. : tinuin: to increase .,numbers Vi .lews are on • t' I--1 ,| and to countries cut the valid. Our Combined Jew if h V campaian, organized uadi inspiring leadership of I): Lehrman, stands full) aw the ta.-k involved in n coal above las; year's sin figure It will trik-an volunteers, dedicated men -.' mei i. r\ erj diiisioi 1 the im reased goal, but war'" ill ol is cam dcrestimated • The yeai I9C5 Mill sei orrl number oi residents Jewish Home (or th.sged -.":>" now carefor close I" 20 | • pie. almost double the Homi capacity at tins time last year •The Bureau of Jewish Kducation, which has just movi new quartan, has expanded 1 number oi programs and must increase the number ol He School teachers now being trained lor the Hebrew s,hool>of Greater Miami. • Jewish Family and CMdreo'i Service has opened itluni!-a'tailed (irotip Treatment HNM nd ) halaunched an ad 'n P ri> gram ol Aide scope • The YM and YWI!\ f GrMl er Miami has JU-I : -• : J beautiful new centra: ters and is planning n< citing programs for ever) ber "i the family, as is j greati) expanded Day Camp pr* gram at the new '"Y • Jewish Vocational Senice, which has launched a • %  iin-"!m" proeram, is I forward to serving I record mm ber ol clients a' its Vocational Work-hop Here the aged and the mental!) and pbysicall) handicapped are given a helping t"nd in their return toward m rmsl workinn life • For Mount Sinai Hospital, expanded out patient care will made possible through •< beauti ful new pavilion, and other im* portant construction programi are noa being undertaken I ter serve residents of Miami Beach and of the Greater %  % % %  area • The National Council of JewI ish Women, uhuji perfor ni^,' u -^ standing \ luntea* s>rakgaT. *•* again pla) ., vital part in reset Continued on Page 5-C


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House Votes Ban on Aid to Nasser
Continued from Page 1-A
relations and tie his hands in
dealing with Egypt.
The bill now goes to the Senate.
Where a number of Senators Oi
both parties are already on rec-
ord against further aid to the Nas-
ser regime. If the amendment is
retained by the Senate. President
.lohnson would be forced to veto
hi> entire agricultural appropria-
tions bill to kill it The State De-
partment was described by in-
formed sources as "furious" over
the House vote and is said to have
voiced apprehension lest the House
alone 'drive Nasser into a real
frenzy of anti-American actions."
Chairman George H. Mahon, of
the House Appropriations Com-
mittee, opposed the amendment.
asking Congress not to be influ-
enced by Egyptian Israeli differ-
encies. Rep. Seymour Halpern.
New York Republican, replied that
the issue was much broader, and
involved support by the American
taxpayer of the Castro of the
Nile."
He compared Nasser with tu-
bas Fidel Castro, iitmg Nasser's
anti-American expressions and ac-
tions, his support of Communi>t
policies, backing of pro Communist
Congolese rebels, and gangster-
like tactics." Me said Nasser
made a mockery of our aid pro-
mam" which only subsidized Egyp-
tian arms acquisitions from Rus-
sia and policies of subversion and
intrigue undermining the peace of
the Near East and Africa.
Rep. Leonard Karbstein, New
York Democrat, and member of
the House Foreign Affairs Com-
mittee, differed with his own Ad-
ministration by backing the
amendment. He said that Nasser
had disregarded previous expres-
sions by the Congress, and that
nothing less than mandatory ac-
tion severing aid would at this
point uphold the dignity of the
United States
Rep. Benjamin Rosenthal. New
' York Democrat, who has joined
the Foreign Affairs Committee,
agreed with Rep. Farbstein and
indicated that the true interests of
the United States were not con-
iUtent with further assistance to
Egypt.
Rep. Gerald r-ord, Michigan
Republican and minority leader
for his party, called for a stand
against Egypt, and rallied sop-
port for the amendment. Rep.
Silvo Gonte, Massachusetts Re-
publican, cited the burning of
the U. S. library in Cairo and
Nasser's backing of Communist
causes on the world scene.
Another Democrat who differed
with his party's position was Rep.
William Fitts Ryan, of New York.
He had offered a parallel amend-
ment, but the one proposed by Rev.
Michel, member of the Appropria-
tions Committee, was called up
first. Rep. Ryan stated that the
lessons of recent history taught
that leaving the matter to the dis-
cretion of the Executive Depart-
ment was useless, and that the
time for severing aid to Egypt
was past due
In a meeting of Senators held in
executive session. Secretary Of
State Rusk, aided by Chairman J.
\V. Fulbright of the Senate For
eign Relations Committee, made a
plea for the defeat by Senate of
the amendment passed by the
House.
Meeting with the hurriedly as-
sembled Senators, Mr. Rusk said
the amendment would "usurp" the
role of President Johnson in mak-
ing fort va policj Mr Husk sought
to portra. Nasser in a more favor
able light, and asked the Senators
to consider the future of Egyptian-
American relations Chairman Ful-
bright, presided at the meeting and
s'ronglv supported Mr Rusks po-
sition. He said he would oppose the
amendment, and thought policy to
ward Egypt was a matter for Ex-
ecutive Department discretion.
A question of whether the Ad-
ministration can muster enough
Senate votes to defeat the anti-
Nasser amendment loomed here
this week, however, as S- took the floor to serve notice,, J
they will not heed Mr 9 .%y VaCI
pro-Egyptian appeal. 0V*
Sen. Wayne Morse, Orej
oi rat. said in a Senate >p,. 1W,.,
he would Support and fight
House amendment The
stated that "when. Col Y, ..,''
In the eye of the' I in
Nasser himself lerminati
surplus commodity agreen nt.
Sen Morse said that
aggression amendment
rated Into foreign aid l<
two years ago, if heed..
Executive Department, wo
P tread) l>oen applied bci
Egyptian offenses. \,
the Senator, Nasser\ in
gresaion, and attacks on \
property proved that
demand tribute from the nitej
States will get iwajj with
Sen. Fran* J. Lausi
Democrat, agreed that I
must not permit United Si
to flow to a nation "slaj
in the face." He said Ai -
assistance must Ik- tern-..
those "who tear down our
tack our embassies and b
our libraries."
New Y' Slates Member Push
An opening membership kick-off
function for the new YM-YWHA
ol Greater Miami facility, at 8500
SW 8th St.. will take place on Sun-
day afternoon beginning at 3 p.m.,
it was announced by Richard
Brickman, membership chairman
for the new "Y."
The event has been planned for
adults who are interested in learn-
ing about the facilities and pro-
jr:im of the new "Y." Brickman
said.
Several hundred people are ex-
pected to attend the program,
which will include organized tours
of the 20-acre grounds of the new
"Y" and a meeting at which the
re plans of the Y will be pre-
ted.
Working on the committee are
Mr and Mrs. Richard Brickman,
Mr and Mr- Milton Balsam. Mr.
and Mrs. A. Budd Cutler. Mr. and
Mrs Robert Friedman. Mr. and
Mrs Marvin Gillman, Mr and Mrs
Marshall Harris, Dr and Mrs. Rich.
ard Helfman, Mr and Mrs. Alan
Koroblum. Mr and Mrs Morris
Le< itt, Mr and Mrs Ronald Lev
ltt. Dr and Mrs Henry LUDOW.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Luria. Mr.
and Mrs.. Joseph Maliah. Mr. and
Mrs. Barnett Robinson, Jr., Mr.
and Mrs Herschel Rosenthal, Dr.
and Mrs. Michael Goodman. Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Sand. Dr. and
Mr- Ronald Shellow. Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Trinz and Mr and Mrs.
Louis Wechsler.
Interfaith Day
Scheduled Here
An invitation to attend the an-
nual Interfaith Day. CO sponsored
by the Federation of Jewish Wom-
en and the Dade County Council
ol Church Women, has been extend.
ed to leaders of Jewish women's
inizations bj Mrs Irving Lehr-
nun. Federation president
This year's meeting was to take
place at the Methodist Students
renter. University of Miami cam-
pus, on Thursday at U 30 a.m.
\s in the past, a noon luncheon
was to be served, and an outstand-
ing program featuring prominent
speakers was to highlight the an-
nual interfaith activity.
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Miami's 1965 CJA
Is Well on the Way
PA9SIW$ OF A FtylND
. ;
1965 Combined Jewish Ap-
Soe Sec. C .
ten's and w
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id

in de-
I stake in thi
: the goal,
are loc a > to be l
ugh CJA agencies here: Ml.
Sinai Hospital, Jewish Family and
Idren's Service :iome for
the Aged. Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion. Jewish Vocational Sen
Greater Miami YM and WHA.
ce to New American of :he
"nal Council of Jewish '
ich of thi Mi-
i i to-
ward the att illei life
times of stress.
Ou: Fi as CJA also helps
a v : '
".ons dedicated to Jewish
so the State of Israel's immigration
pro--. irou |h the United Jewish Appeal,
h receives approximately hail ci Gie
lUal philanthropic effort.
:at the campaign is in full sv.
i of us must seaich our hearts an
Ul role v.
.',
en so much is at
.:ough our gi
ire.
:nd design of Jewish hum.
the basis upon which our com:
ii Combined Jewish Appeal
Let each of ertain
ontribute to its n success in 1965.
Old Argument Again
Lai :_>r the past two or :rs.
. sea our food assistance
Abdel Nasser of
with some restrictive clau.-'
to curb foreign aid to countries practu
.nation or bent on aggri
Each year, Secretary of State Rusk or an
undersi has appeared at a ha
plead 'hat such clauses will hamper tl
ident's freedom in dealing with the nation's
policies abroad.
In the past, most of the anger expressed
against Nasser was as a consequence ot his
attitute toward Israel and his obvious plans to
launch a war in the Middle Last.
This time, the lines are more clearly cut.
D.ctator Nasser has insulted the United States.
He has told us, in less polite language, to go
jump into the sea. (When our State Depart-
ment planners in 1957 saved his life and re-
instated him into the presidency of Egypt, he
told us to choke on our fury.)
Still, however, he continues to accept our
food aid. Furthermore, still we insist upon
giving it to him. Those who accuse our gov-
ernment of helping Nasser's scheme to launch
a war against Israel argue that it isn't true
that we are simply giving him food credit.
But the fad is that Nasser, less squeezed
as a consequence, then allocates a significant
part of his budget to the purchase of arms from
the SoviefUnion.
Now, lbs House of Representatives has re-
acted with greater anger than ever. The
House feels that Nader's insults needn't be-
repaid with further American aid. Once again,
however, our S'ate Department presses for-
ward the same argument about hamperku.
President s capacity to deal with foreign p
Congressional r<

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event of Eg..' ion aga
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Bonn Gove: Israel
the tone of las) that
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of weapons that are obsolete in the grand
. to contain I : .-ad of Sov.-
European c hows
a change in Bo:.:, [tti'ude towa: d
. oct to so many of the pro: that have
arisen between the two countries: notably, G-:
ma:. Ivrorl Egypt and the failure
hus far to accord Israel diplomatic recoqnition
through the official exchange of envc .
Hopefully, this is the beginning of i
relations. But mu'.h more is needed to bridge
gap before some sort of normalcy has
been achieved.
Careful Scrutiny Needed
The rabbis who express concern over fed-
eral aid to parochial schools have an excellent
point. They are worried about the principle of
separation of church and state.
Such aid is as valid a part of the violation
of 'he principle as Bible-reading and the mark-
ing of other religious observances in the school.
We are certainly concerned with the devel-
opment of the Jewish parochial school system
throughout the nation. Those who feel that
this sort of education is the bes* way for their
children to receive a well-rounded, traditional
upbringing have the right to apply themselves
toward the development of these schools.
But federal aid flies in the face of our na-
tion's demc raditions. They would op-
pose it for parochial schools oj I y other
denominations. They must now carefully
scrutinize thoir s to make certain they
aren't being prejudiced in theu own favor.
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Page B-B knittfhrkftor Friday. February 5. ^^ociatite ... by Isabel K^f rove Continue* from Pag. IB • ley "I! be entertained by lone time frteWN. the Ab-KiseRRrg-. nd the Len Zilberts The peripatetic Charles will celebrate ,->H8fh birthday in May Former City Manager of Mi :mi Beach MorriLipp. cele >ated his 66th birthday with !rUpp and friends with a din ner party at Bill Jordan's Res laffjrnri las; Thursday Amonthose attending U* :<-tive occa Service to Fete Rabbi Ever \_u witnessed the lnaU8 ur..Tinn. are the Edward T N> mans, of Da>tonia Rd They were house guests of Cong Dante Iaacell during their stay B -> da* .'an 23 tor Howard Dade Federal Exec Retires Jo seph M Lipton. president ol Dade Federal Savings and Loan tssociatiM of Miami, announced the retirement of Charles Beatty •he Bostrd of Directors and ae an officer of the Association Bi att) one of the group of busismen whe organized Dade Fed rral in 1984, also served aa vice president Workmen's Circle Concert Sunday u rknit it's Circle Branches and Women's Clubs in Greater Miami i\ nsoring a eoticen Sunday. i n at Miami Beach Senior Mith School, featuring Sidor Be ;. rskj Proceeds are for I. I'eretz Workmen Schools in Greater Miami On Tuesday. 1 L Pereta Schools .ill hold a lecture with M. Bernstem, editor of Der Weckcr.'" at 1545 S\v 3rd SI al 8 p.m. Some Good Seoli Still Available! Special Matinee Sunday 3:30 P.M. MENASHA SKULNIK in "SEIDMAN &. SON' OPENING FEB. 9 CLAUDETTE COLBERT BRIAN AHERNE -•>•. -to B'oa :. "DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS'' PRICES ft) PiRICSMIXCfS it st :'.'. its I S II t 4 S 3 JJ, 2 4i. Di^ppoinimen. >" C'.O'Qc Ti.' at Bvrtfmfl I, Floqlc Sf & Jordon Ma'ih Plco.r Order NOW To Avoid M'i < I \l ARTHU 3DFREV MAUREEN O'S'JUIVAN \I\IH roo i \n %  COCOMT (.ROVE PLAYHOUSE BCS'A;AN'S A ART OIILV J5O0 w^ • in Ml S-2MI DAVID PINSKI FOLK SCHOOL Presents the /nfernafionol/y Famous Artists ISRAEL WELICHANSKY MASCHA BENYA i i Series of Character Portrayal! interpreter of 'sraeo. v,ddih and Scene* from j:wiin life. .md international Folh Songs MADAME NANA SCHAKERT %  on aSwiss American Concert Violinist ESTHER BARRETT at the piano SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28th 8 P.M. Miami Beach Sr High School. Dade Boulevard (21st St.) Washington Avenue. Miami Beach SIATS AM RfSIRVED-ORCHESTRA S3.OO-S2.SO-S2.00 BALCONY SI SO ON SALE AT STAR RESTAURANT, Ml Washington Ave. FARBANO CfNTFR 842 Washington Ave. FOR RESERVATIONS CALLHI 8-9979. JE 1-0218. UN 6-1972 i I I • I • t i Sillil.ll.IIT HOOF S*M Si.pcrb Continental D j rxm Cl"cl Friday. Feo 5th ocean at 48th Street '' Reservations Required: JE 2-3600 M n of -Mrs PegQ Mhulman In the monui'ii he Iwfjme Bar Mitrval .it lempJe Kmanu-KI. with I)r Irvine Lehrman oflici ;,t.n^ Luncheon in his honor i (lowed the ceremony In the evening;, thenwas an intimate family dinner and a party for the yOUTig BUn's classmate.in the dining room of the Imperial House Enjoying the whole festivities Howard's grandparents, (he \ .i Molaskys and .... ,i tlves Delighted with the -peed and grace shown by Frontier Marshall" .it beautiful Pompano Raceway*, owner Lillian Pearlman artd (he Mill n Cohens, of the Morton TowerIn two Starts last week, the 3-year-old came in second and then first Those eyebrows winch were rai-ed when Charles "Chuck" Posner announced thai he was retiring from hipost :imam ing director ol the Ma/Jars Ho ti-l ,t short while hatk in order to de\ t.. full time to his paint in will haw to try for a new high no" Critics irom the art wotid who previewed ck tal IE 1*4)1: DIM Ctlil, tut Ml l-lrll; li'll Music HMSC 4 Ctril Cjkles. Ml 4 llll. Bill JORDAN'S Restaurant 22nd St. 2 Blockt e>l o' Collins MirmiBrHi JE 1-0439 Dinners $%25 From -4-t 8 Jordon ond h I Wor'd Famous twin Hanoi Mcovti no uixiMua OUT Chapter Meeting Miami Beach rUternooa Cl ter. WomenAmerican 0RT R hold it.regular monthly rr,^ a' the Muiu\ IN THE ELEGANT \)MBtjRWfl ?J MI A? BEA^H f ncilinq Twin Doukle iouiM INO or COUINS AVI. MIAMI ICH ^ • ^ f.sf Timt •:75 PM



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1986 &f '0r, ic '*l •• Otuo • %  • ridd|Webruary 5, 1965 *. If H # ;#> FlerSdlfan Paqe 9-A ^esMva University's Dr. Belkin to Speak At Reception in His Honor Here Feb. 23 Bel Belkin, president of %  University, will speak at recaption in his honor at the : ontaWbli'.i" ''.it. on I .-li 2 Max J. Ktra. chairman of the '.•oard Of Tru.-tees of Yeshiva, America's el to 1,200; the number of constituent schools trom 4 to 13; its annual operating budget from S444.0OO to S29.5 million; and physical facilities from one building in the Washington Heights sec tion of Mahattan to four major teaching centers in Manhattan and the Bronx, with a valuation of $43 million. During his pioneering administration, the institution has become a university, and established a liberal arts college for women and graduate schools of medicine, social work, education and science—the first of their kind under Jewish sponsorship. In 1961, on the occasion of its 75th anniversary, the university launched a 10-year, $65 million "Blueprint for the Sixties" development program. Dr. Belkin has brought to the presidency a rich background of scholarship acquired first in two DR. SAMUtl BflKIN traditional centers of Jewish learning in Europe and later in two of America's great universities—Harvard and Brown. Dr. Belkin has been accorded many honors and tributes, and has i been singled out on many occasions by groups represetig all denominations for his outstanding contributions to American life. In June. 11959. he received an honorary deRabbis Fear Federal Aid to Schools Continued from Page 1-A parochial schools. The resolution on Federal aid to education stated; "The religious school clearly is established to serve the sectarian purposes of the sponsorTAIMUDIC SEMINAR OF THE AIR "Daf Hashovua" For the 11th Consecutive Veor Miami Jewry will hove the opportunity of learning a page of the Talmud, translated and explained by Jtabbi Pinchas M. Teifz Scholar and famous Authority on the Talmud Rabbi of Elizabeth and %  can of Mesifta of New Jersey STATION WEDR-FM &f 9.1 on Your FM Radio Dial SUNDAY, 1:30 P.M. to 2 P.M. ing religious group. It is a violation of our understanding of the hallowed principle of churchstate separation to require the state to support religion. Furthermore, we consider it ultimately harmful to our religious institutions to depend on state funds for the furtherance of their program." The board also reiterated its opposition to all public prayers and Bible reading and to "any efforts to amend the Constitution so as to permit such practices and teachin:in the public schools of our land." The rabbis appealed to the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of Greatei New York to Undertake a broader program of Jewish education The Board criticized the divorce laws of New York State which spicily adultery as the only ground, and urged the State Legis lature "to review and amend the present laws in order to provide for additional grounds for divorce than is present!) permitted. In a resolution on the plight 01 Soviet Jewry, the Board announced that it was "prepared and eager" to send a supply of matzoh for the Jews of the Soviet Union if that country's leaders fail to make facilities available locally to satisfy the needs of the Jewish community in time for Passover. In another resolution on international affairs, the Board denounced "the proclaimed policy of the Bonn Government" to allow the West German statute of limitations to take effect on May 8, 1965 in the prosecution of Naii war criminals. Other resolutions condemned the Arab boycott of Israel, and called for thi suspension of aid to Egypt in view of its anti-American policies. Rabbi Max Schenk, of Brooklyn, was reelectcd president ol the Board for the second consecutive year &f 1 TWO FINE MOUNTAIN CAMPS IN THE POCONOS LAKE OWECO TIMBER TOPS The Mountain Camp For Boys 8-15 Director: Carl f reedmon 1 3 • Athletics • Water Sports • Canoe Trips • Scuba • Scouting • Private lake The Mountain Camp For Girls 8-15 Director: Mel I. Brodsfcy Woter Sports .*, Pioneering Private lake Campcraft Trips Athletics 4 WEEKS $300 8 WEEKS $550 $eparate Camps 2 Miles Apart Sponsored by PINE FOREST CAMP 10CAI SiPRtit N7AT.VE fithian Studios of Doncing & Drama 333 W. 47fb Street, Miami Beach 531-7883 AVAILABLE TO CONDUCT SEDURIM ON PESSACH; ALSO HIGH HOLIDAYS. All-around CANTOR, ^ BAAt MUilff, BAAL KOBE i W SHOf £R. ~—' wf\ ^ REV. HY ISRAEL 1 3361 SW 26th St. MM HI 5-2760 •roe from Brown University, His higher education. In June, 1964. alma mater. In December. 1963, Dropsie Collene of Philadelphia Mayor Robert F. Wagner awarded conferred upon him the honorary Inni the Bronze Medal of the City degree of Doctor of Humane Lei of New York for his service to I ters. Announcing... The Famous Strictly Kosher CARMEL BAKERY of 847 Washington Avenue Miami Beach, Florida IS NOW UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF THE UNION OF ORTHODOX CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA The Only One of Its Kind In the Entire South. KNOWN FOR THE FINEST HUNGARIAN and CONTINENTAL BAKED GOODS -K-*** ******************* FOR ORDERS Please Call JE 8-7592 WE SPECIALIZE IN DECORATED CAKES FOR ALL OCCASIONS LICENSED & EXPERIENCED HEBREW TEACHER interested in full or part-time position. SW Section preferable. Write L E.. Box 2973 Miami, Florida. 33101 NOW ACCEPTING ENROLLMENT FOR 1965 SEASON CAMP GAN ISRAEL, Deland Heights, Fla. BfAUTIFUL LAKt KtGION Of CtNTKAL '^OUM „ ONLY KOSHER SUMMER BOYS CAMP IN SOUTHEASTERN U.S.A. AGES from 7 to 17 Individualized Attention by Professional Staff 8 WEEKS. S400 JUNl 21 to AUGUST IS ON 50 ACRES All ACTIVITIES INCLUDING 4 WEEKS $225 JUNt 21 ro JULY IB or JULY 19 to AUGUST IS • • |M WATER SPORTS • HORSEBACK RIDING 2 it CRAFTS • BASEBALL, ETC. Z SttKaTBALL • FIELD TR,PS H,KES • SPECIAL TUTORING IN HEBREW AND BAR MITZVAH • • DOCTOR and NURSE UN0CR TMI RMMHKff UADWSHIP Of „ RABBI STANLEY B. WEISS •* f l !" !" "" FOR FURTHER INFORMATION WRITE OR CALL Member of Irtternorional Con l$ratl Camps CAMP GAN ISRAEL %  TORAH WEEKEND of JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Avenue FEBRUARY 5th, 6th, 7th • DEDICATION OF TWO ARK MEN0RAHS By MR. JACOB J. LANSBURGH February Sth at 8:30 P.M. • DEDICATION OF SYNAGOGUE MEZUZAH By JACOB C. COHEN, FOUNDER Sabbath Servcice February 6th at 8:30 P.M. • NEW SEFER TORAH DEDICATION IN MEMORY OF RABBI DR. MEYER SAFRA Guest Speaker: Rabbi Pinchas Teitz, Chief Rabbi of Eliiabeth, N. Sunday, February 7th, 2 P.M. RABBI TIB0R H. STERN OFFICIATING THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY IS CORDIALLY INVITED



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the Uji L ornan s World T "i]re\wislliL Floridian Miami. Florida. Friday, February 5, 1965 Section B here in a planning session, for the reception to launch th Report from Israel Art Exhibit are reading from left So right. Mr*. Leo Levin, Sisterhood president; Mrs. Seymour Silverman, chairman. Beth Sholom Festival of the Arts; Mrs. David Druc.ier, chairman of the Beth Sholom Art Gallery: and Mrs. Jack M. Fink, member of the Beth Sholom Art Gallery Committed Beth Sholom to Show Israel Artists' Work Twt sen by rator, ern Ai Amen the co the ne Sholoi Ave., mcnt chairr: Gaiter:A r. Beth S chain man. •j -three Israeli artists, cho \illiam Seitz, associate cu. • w York Museum of Modlor a traveling show in an museums throughout -try. will be represented in • art exhibition at the Beth Art Gallery, 4144 Chase cording to an announcey Mrs. David Drinker, ;.n of the Beth Sholom An Committee. eption. sponsored bj the %  lom Festival of the Arts, by Mrs. Seymour Silvet II take place on Sundaj afternoon, Feb. 14. trom 4 to 6 p.m. Shimon Yallon. southeastern Is raeli Consul, has accepted an Invitation and will attend the reception. Working with Mrs. Drucker on the program for the afternoon are Mrs. Leo Levin. Sisterhood president, and Mrs. Jack If. Fink, member of the Beth Sholom Art Committee. The 23 whose works will be shown were chosen by Seitz alter he had examined the output ot over 700 Israeli artists in their homeland. as well as in Paris, Ne York and other cities. Cedars Women Slate Program Second public meeting in their elude I)r Richard P. Emerson. Orkin. executive director of the •People Who Care' series will be medical director ot the Child Guid-' "avert School tor Mentally Re sponsored on Tuesday, 10 to 12'; ance Clinic at the University of tarded. noon, by Cedars of Lebanon Aux-j Miami, who will present the film In charge of the public service iliary at the hospital. i and conduct the discussion sesprogram are Mrs. Sidney Arono Problems of Dade County's men-lsion; John H. Yeatts, executive vita, arrangements: Mrs. Ben Oreti, tally and emotionally disturbed: director of the Mental Health Soways and means; Mrs David A. will" be aired at the educational j ciety of Miami; and Kenneth H. Hess, publicity, session, featuring talks by authorities in the field, question-and-' answer periods, and showing of a film. "Who (ares for Jamie? ^ ^^ y ^^ ^^ ^ specjal ^. yn y]oren( e C reenberg. Sarah President Mrs. Ted Lotterman | unchcon at her npw nomc n the Greenberg. Edward Horowitz. Sam U^T^Vc^^ ( T^^ T^r, for the Henrietta Levenson. Morris Kogan. Max ens unit for three years, and win-! Szold Croup of Hadassah. honorNeustein. Frieda Salit. Bessie Spen. ner of a number of awards for pub-j ing the group's "Women of Valor." Elizabeth Zentler, Fannie Stem lie service in health and welfare; Honored for generous eontribuand Abraham Kitzen. work, has been appointed chairman tions this year to the Hadassah ol the day. Medical (enter were Mesdames Mrs. Feller is president of the Headliners in the program InJoseph Alexander. Molly Berngroup. Hadassah Members Honored n J bv ISABEL GROVE annual sale! f* ^ Str,.000 worth W^^IS prestige label suits from New York for their \isit to Miami and parRabbi and Mrs Jonah K are Faith and Max Cel son Eli Librarian em College for Women ol ,i Universitj. Max met his n alum ol the I'.. when she student there He is tibrar.\ consultant t" the York Federation's 116 inns Last week, word from Forest Hills. N. Y. ie former Shulamit Caplan isband Avrom Relchman • parentOf their first ,i son So. the proud tarents winged north this lor the naming ceremony ield "ii Feb 5 taking enough time to tin and repack. Mrs Hutu E i: with a three month vacain Chicago behind her, is to Vlaracaibo, Venezuela, other three months be visiting with sun Mel. wife, Dr Leah B Cooper, ave a little brother oi sis 2-year-old Debbie around c ginning ol March Iher birth Of interest her.'. Tra<. l.yn. daughter of Mr. and Mis Man M Roienlhal, and f lan laughter ol Coral Gables' re. i Rosenthals, born Jan. 20 Hi Col imbus. 0. I Fru ads and relatives from all par' •! the country gathered in _K<•> Wesl last month ft r fie lirl celebration at B'nai So i Synagogue honoring Mrs 3s. \i Weintraub Pio i %  Westers Mrs Weintraub ar<< i husband, the late Ber mai i mtraub, founded the s> nago: in the early 1900's Rabbi \ ithan Zwitman, paying tribute to the guest ol honor, spoke "t her "good works, good deeds, and t stering of Jewish life in Ihe community" Among happy guests were Mrs Weintraub's daughters. Mrs Jennie Appelrouth and Celia Weintraub, botn ol Miami Beach, and president ol the Kej West Synagogue, son Isadore Weintraub and wife Gilda. Gala celebration this Fridaj al Ihe home "f Mr. and Mr.-. Joseph 1 Moskowita, 640 Santander Ave.. in honor oi Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Issenberg. former Coral Gableites now living in Boston The Issenbergs were here lor Ihe marriage ot then son, Steven, lo the former Carol Kapner on Jan 31 The bridegroom iin his junior year at the Universit> ol Miami School ol Medicine His bride i> the daili bter ol the Herman Kapners. Braving the northern elements. Florence K tpperman leaving for Long Man,I to attend the Bar Mitzvah ol great-nephew Gary Stephen Klein next weekend Son ol the David Kleins, of Wood mere, Stephen and sister Penny equally devoted to Florence Have been urging her to visit them for month-, delays due to her many club commitments impressing them not at all. Loyal Miami Beach visitors s rice the early 20's, New Yorkers Cora a n d Charles Rosenthal I uests at the Eden Roc for their ar w inter %  journ Dur :i,_ iheit three months here. Continued en Page 6 B fttOPHArS A'o can ••-. % % %  /ou'M recognize the re .! i • -rl styling of ont of Americas most famou ..kers! Dacron" polyester cotion or Dacron rayon in poplin an other tropical weaves. Plain or pleate pants Reg., short, or long. reg. S45! SHADES OF: grey blue charcoal brown olive WOOL i;# i \os s 43 Same famous tailoring in luxu r ious Dacron and worsted! Hurry in for ihese oncea-year savings on the perfect rtg. $55! all-weather suit for Florida Plain or pleated pants; same colors as above in reg short, or long sizes Buy several and save; pav later! store for mi (reet flc r DOWNTOWN MIAMI (at all 6 Burdine s stoies^



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Page 8-C *Jarts0JRor*0bH Frida Y febr h N 4 of the 442,000 peopll helped by your Combiner Jewish Appeal dollarsDr. h\ in'; I ( l irnun 1965 CJA Chairman 1965 CJA goal is $ l 435,080 1517 BUcayne Bouleva* Miami Florida, IR 3-0^*



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65 for, u February 5, 1965 /f w (?*#> fltradliain Paqe 9-A iva University's Dr. Belkin to Speak eception in His Honor Here Feb. 23 iimui'i Belkin, president of University, will speak at lion in his honor at the j .cbleau Hotel on Feb. 23. .1 Ktra. chairman of the of Trustee* of Yeshiva, ] leaoldest and largest uni-' under Jewish auspices, anil Hie reception for Dr. Belli !" also will serve as chairfor the reception at which national and Canadian leadthe university will meet with 'c.-hiva president. in his 22nd year as head of Hie university. Dr. Belkin is a distinguished author, scholar •Ml educator. Jva University, in New York provides undergraduate and iional studies in the arts, •> and Jewish learning lead, 18 different degrees and diis. In addition to its extcneaihinu' programs, the uniconducts a network of amity service agencies, a Ipread program of research, SlsS puhlishcs several scholarly joarn;.]Under Dr. BeDcJn's leadership, the university's enrollment has .town from 850 to 6.000; the fatuity from 91 to 1,200; the number of constituent schools from 4 to 13; its annual operating budget from $444,000 to S29.5 million; and physical facilities from one building in the Washington Heights sec tion of Mahattan to four major teaching centers In Manhattan and the Bronx, with a valuation of $43 million. During his pioneering administration, the institution has become a university, and established a liberal arts college for women and graduate schools of medicine, social work, education and science—the first of their kind under Jewish sponsorship. In 1961. on the occasion of its 75th anniversary, the university launched a 10-year. $65 million "Blueprint for the Sixties" development program. Dr. Belkin has brought to the presidency a rich background of scholarship acquired first in two Off. SAMUEL BUKIN traditional centers of Jewish learning in Europe and later in two of America's great universities—Harvard and Brown. Dr. Belkin has been accorded many honors and tributes, and has been singled out on many occasions by groups represetig all denominations for his outstanding contributions to American life. In June. 1959. he received an honorary deRabbis Fear Federal Aid to Schools I Continued from Page IA parot .! M-hooix. The resolution onJVcirral aid to education stated: "The religious school clearly is established to serve the sectarian purposes of the sponsor\ TALMUDIC SEMINAR OF THE AIR "Daf Hashovua" %  For the 11th Consecutive Year Miami Jewry will hove the opportunity ot learning a page of the Talmud, translated and explained by Rahbi Pinchas M. Teitz f Scholar anil famous Authority on the To/mud Rabbi of Elixabeth and £ Dion of Mesifto of New Jersey STATION WEDR-FM 9V.1 on Your FM Radio Dial SUNDAY, 1:30 P.M. to 2 P.M. ing religious group. It is a violation of our understanding of the hallowed principle of churchstate separation to require the state to support religion. Furthermore, we consider it ultimately harmful to our religious institutions to depend on state funds for the furtherance of their program." The board also reiterated its opposition to all public prayers and Bible reading and to "any efforts to amend the Constitution so as to permit such practices and teachings in the public schools of our land." The rabbis appealed to Use Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of Greater New York to undertake B broader program of Jewish education The Board criticized the divorce laws of New York State which specify adultery as the only ground, and urged the state Legislature to review and amend the present laws in order to provide for additional grounds for divorce than is presentlj permitted. In a resolution on the plight i Soviet Jewry, the Board announced that it was 'prepared and eager" to send a supply of matzoh for the Jews of the Soviet Union if that country's leaders fall to make facilities available locally to satisfy the needs of the Jewish community in time for Passover. In another resolution on international affairs, the Board denounced "the proclaimed policy of the Bonn Government" to allow the West German statute of limitations to take effect on May 8, 1965 in the prosecution of Naii war criminals. oilier resolutions condemned the Arab boycott ol Israel, and called for the suspension ot aid to Egypt in view of its anti-American policies. Rabbi Max Schenk. of Brooklyn, was reelected president ol the Board for the second consecutive year. TWO FINE MOUNTAIN CAMPS IN THE POCONOS LAKE OWECO TIMBER TOPS The Mountain Camp For Boys 8-15 Director: Carl f reedmon "1 &3 ft %  -. %  • Athletics • Water Sports • Canoe Trips • Scuba • Scouting • Privote lake The Mountain Camp For Girls 8-15 Director: Mtl I. Brodjky • Water Sports • Pioneering • Private Lake • Campcraft • Trips • Athletics 4 WEEKS $300 8 WEEKS $550 Separate Camps 2 Miles Apart Sponsored by PINE FOREST CAMP LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE: fi'fh.'an Studios of Dancing A Drama 333 W. 47th Street, Miami Beach 531 7883 AVAILABLE TO CONDUCT SEDURIM ON PESSACH; ALSO HIGH HOLIDAYS. All-around CANTOR, BAAl MUSfFF, BAAlKOBE £ SHOfER. REV. HY ISRAEL 3361 SW 2Mb St. HI 5-2760 gree from Brown University, His higher education. In June, 1984, alma mater. In December. 1963, Dropsie College of Philadelphia Mayor Robert F. Wagner awarded conferred upon him the honorary hini the Bronze Medal of the City degree of Doctor ol Humane Lei of New York for his service to tcrs. Announcing... The Famous Strictly Kosher CARMEL BAKERY of 847 Washington Avenue Miami Beach, Florida IS NOW UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF THE UNION OF ORTHODOX CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA The Only One of Its Kind In the Entire South. KNOWN FOR THE FINEST HUNGARIAN and CONTINENTAL BAKED GOODS *•** *********** ******** FOR ORDERS Please Call JE 8-7592 j*.********* ************* WE SPECIALIZE IN DECORATED CAKES FOR ALL OCCASIONS LICENSED & EXPERIENCED HEBREW TEACHER interested in full or part-time position. SW Section preferable. Write L E.. Box 2973 Miami. Florida. 33101 NOW ACCEPTING ENROLLMENT FOR 1965 SEASON CAMP GAN ISRAEL, Deland Heights, Fla. BEAUTIFUL LAKE REGION Of CENTRAL FLORIDA ONLY KOSHER SUMMER BOYS CAMP IN SOUTHEASTERN U.S.A. AGES frcm 7 to 17 Individualized Attention by Professional Staff 8 WE EKSS40Q JUNE 21 to AUGUST 15 ON 50 ACRES ALL ACTIVITIES INCLUDING 4 WEEKS $225 JUNE 21 to JULY 18 or JULf 19 to AUGUST 15 TENNIS HORSEBACK RIDING BASEBALL, ETC. FIELD TRIPS & HIKES • SWIMMING • • ALL WATER SPORTS • • ARTS 8. CRAFTS • VVPVJAL STORING IN HEBREW AND BAR MITZVAH • DOCTOR and NURSE UNDER THE EXPERIENCED LEADERSHIP Of RABBI STANLEY B WEISS >RVN MONTGOMERY Director Athletic Director FOR FURTHER INFORMATION WRITE OR CALL Member of Infer netioaof Can Itratl Camps CAMP GAN ISRAEL 4455 N. Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach Ph. JE 1-7919, JE 2-5694 .. .. TORAH WEEKEND at JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Avenue FEBRUARY 5th, 6th, 7th • DEDICATION OF TWO ARK MEN0RAHS By MR. JACOB J. LANSBURGH February Sth at 8:30 P.M. • DEDICATION OF SYNAGOGUE MEZUZAH By JACOB C. COHEN, FOUNDER Sabbath Sendee February 6th at 8:30 P.M. • NEW SEFER TORAH DEDICATION IN MEMORY OF RABBI DR. MEYER SAFRA Guest Speaker: Rabbi Pinchas Teitz, Chief Rabbi of Elizabeth, N.J Sunday, February 7th, 2 P.M. RABBI TIB0R H. STERN OFFICIATING THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY IS CORDIALLY INVITED



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February 5, 1965 +Jmlstint)rlcHar> "litre 15-B %  orah Plans Fund-Raising 70 people attended the part} hotted by Mr. and i Frankel tor Temple Menjiind raisini* project chair. rankel and Mrs. Essie Mayer Abramowitz disthc educational, cultural Igious activities that TomSorah sponsors for the comof elders and children. Revitz. president, outlined \. DI of fund-raising, stresstina'ncial needs of the in addition to Rabbi and bramowitz. included Mr. Abe Appel. Mr. and Mrs. Bergad, Morris Black. Mr. 1 Jack Burstein, Lou DeMr. and Mrs. Joseph Hen Ir. and Mrs. Harold Dortrs, Hitu Epstein, Mr. and %  thaniel Glickman, Mrs. ttlieb, Mr. and Mrs. Samibart. Mr. and Mrs. Morris fMr. and Mrs. Sy Howard. Mrs Herbert Kaplan. Mr. Edward Kaufer, Cantor Bdward Klein, Mr and rry Lelchuk, Mrs Pauline Mr and Mrs Samuel Ma and Mrs. Marcus PaulIsraeli Musician At Zionist Meet Zijii Binor. Israeli accordionist, singer and composer who recently won an award as Israel's champion accordionist, was to appear us guest artist at a communitywide meeting of the Greater Miami Districts of the Zionist Organization of America on Thursday, 8 p.m.. at the Fontainebleau Hotel Binor. who awards in Israel complishments. Milan and made and recordings rope. He has television, in has won many for his musical acstudied music in several broadcasts for Radio Free Euappeared on radio, concerts in several and M son. %  :5 Also .. !V\ ii/. Mr and Mrs. JV .. %  i,'. %  !/. Mi Lillian RottUt %  !. M: .Hid Mrs Sain Schiffr .li"idi.inl Schwartz Mr. a: MiI Wally Sigal, Mi and 16 \blee iff. Mr. i Mrs. ) (•! %  \ir. an.I Mrs Koben Mi ,,ii,i Mrs. Milton Sii. .i; ..ml Mr>. Charles somm< Mr a n d Mrs. Saul strach ..:i. M: a-d Mrs. Louis sucban. MrI;,.-.Tim ker. Mr and M' %  .Ma: Well. MrK-Me Wolf ..I Mr. and Mrs. Morris Yoffe. The Ichratinn haiuuiet at the conclun of the fund-raising el fort is .-heduli-d lor Apr I at the j^onta* Mean Hotel. nsurance Co. Vdds to Business Mar eti'.-. i ie Insurance omp. ad v i s7!u million ol ew b ness in ithunks last year, gai: ..I *'.' percent over litlili. resic • \ i See.llimise told the ompa %  s 78th annual meeting in oron* : .i-' eek Business in orce. \eai end was $5.2 billon. Moi' • lan hall ol the company's iew t -inesv s:;;7 .nillion last ear, as done in t he Tinted %  itatef > her the firm maintains wane! from Boston to Hawaii I'.usinin force in the f. S. -tand; I S2 billion Und' Branch Manager W C. Pichlf (T.I the company's Miami bi rich achieved a new record z with in n< .964 volume ot $17.7 million business This Emblem Identifies Your Welcome Wagon A. ARTHUR PtKUNtR Leading Zionist Passes Away Services for A. Arthur Pekelner, ot 621 Bird Rd., who died Jan. 29. were held Jan. Ill at the Riverside Chapel, 1920 Alton ltd. Mortimer May, past president for*two termnt the Zionist Organization ol America, was among notables who attended the funeral. Mr Pekelner, who was a leadii g Zionist, iin the autobioi phj "i l'r i haim Weizmann, first President ol Israel, as "a -launch %  ir.d dependable Zionist helper in New York." A resident since coming here from New York 11 years ago, Pekelner served as vice president of Westchester ZOA, past presic'snt of Coral Gables Zionist District, pa't president. South Floiida Zionist Council, and past president of Yonkers Jewish Federation. He was a member of Beth David Congregation Board ol Trustees. Greater Miami Jewish Federation rd ol Governors, president ol Brandeis Zionist District, and for I.' years a member ol Musicians i ocal SOL 1 He isurvived b) his wife, Tillie S.; a daughter, Mrs Elliott M. Fine, of Long Island, N Y : two sisters, Mrs. \! Praner, Kansas City. Mo., Mrs. Ralph Singer, Riv cidale, N Y and tv o grandchil Iren Richard and Elizabeth Fine Winter Resident Dies in New York Sara Holland, so. winter resident of Miami Beach for the past 23 year-, passed aw a) .Ian. 30 in Brooklyn, N.Y She was the widow of Harry Holland, founder of • he Holland Farms Inc of New York Mrs Holland is survived by five sons. Frohman, Irving, Dr, Jess, Morion, all ef New York and Nor man. of Surfside; a brother. Max Feinweb, and sister, Reba Ger naine, both Of Miami Beach; anithir brother. Henry Feinweb. ot New York; nine grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. She was co-founder of Fight tor Sight League, life member and member ol the Board of Directors i( Hone School for Retarded Children, life member of Hannah Seaech Croup of Hadassah. worker or Brandeis University Group, Home for the Aged, one of the first 1'ink Ladies at Ml Sinai Hospital, tnti instrumental in the oruanizaioof t*"" local Hemophilia (iroup of Miami Beach. iine was a member of Temple Beth Sholom. countries, and recently at Carnegie Hall in New York. Featured speakers of the evening were to be Mortimer May and Dr. Morton J. Bobbins, who recently returned from the 26th World Zionist Congress in Jerusalem. Florida Office Opens The American Income Life Insurance Co. has opened a Florida oflice under the supervision of Sid Jacobs, State general agent, at 720 NW 27th Ave., Suite 104, Miami. The company specializes in life, health and accident, and hospitalization, plus substandard hospitalization and life insurance. Duo to Attend Hadassah Meet Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz, president, Florida Region of Hadassah, and Mrs. Irwin Liss. member of the National Service Committee of Hadassah. will attend the national Hadassah mid-winter conference in New York City trom Feb. 7 to 11. Highlight of the conference will be reports on the recent World Zionist Congress held in Jerusalem. Mrs. Soltz will report on the conference to the Florida Regional Board of Hadassah meeting on Feb. 25 at the Seville Hotel. LEGAL NOTICF NOTICE UNDER FICTIT OUS NAME LAW i-K IS IIKISK I ;n. v, %  %  K !l V 1Mix i iiniii h, %  ] h !•• %  1 I. \ % %  I i r s 1 I'M 1. KWITNKV ,\ i '. • < LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65484 A IN RE: Ratate of ANNIK ii. I;I:I;I:M'.I.A i'i .. k .. ANNA URKKKDLATT I V. '•;>>• a NOTICE TO CREDITORS T.. All Creditor!) iinil All I'.-.s.-uHnv, InK Clalmi or Demand* Aicalnal Kald Batata: Yi.u are hereby n..iii'• d und re.|iilrt-U l" prenenl any .l.tiins and d< niandu which you ma> haw ..enin.-i th eaute of ANNIK B. UREKNBLATT II k II ANNA i II'.KKNI il.ATT .1.enaed late "i L>ade Count), Florida, i" ili.futility .lu.li;."I Had. .'.unity, and m. the name In dnidl.at. and ;•|.rovi.l. d ill Si-. 11 %  -11 T Florida Statute*, in Iheli ntflei In the i'..tml\ CottrtlHiuae in I':i.l, "..; -11 ty. Klorlda, within HIX .< i.-ni:. r month* if.mi the time "i i'i. fir*! pulil i hereof, or tiie name will l>. ham I. Ii.'.t. I nl Miami, Klorlda, ilii-Til. IIHJ ..I Jnnuar). V.H 1915. MORRIS I UKKKNRI.ATT \I-'v.-.-ilt I.IHAM I I:I. s s'MITH, I :.%  .'. An.'rn,-\ f>i Kxeelltor 1 iv7 Lincoln ltd., Miami B< .. ii in.. i % IJ. %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63834 A IS RK KwliHf "f \\ II. I.I \.M BI 'KMAN l>... is. .1 NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA Tn \i.i. PERSONS ISTI:RI:STI:D IX I'll I: ISTATK "I' SAM > i i|-;. •I-IOKXT Y. I %  In, | u-f|| .in.l %  I i II a i • %  %  K II I %  1 I NOTICE LMOFR FICTIT. OUS NAME LAW CK it HiKi-.ii I:I\ i.\ ,i,.,t '. % %  ; ll.hilll H im.l.r ih.. n '•..:i!' SKRVIi 11. \ XT' iN i Il K i" i. %  %  • i -..Ml II. i • of • IHBRI'.RRT l< i : %  s..|. i ... m i I'M V \ lull,.. ZICI BINOR Rabbi Slern On Television Rabbi Tiber II. stern will deliver ;! messai • on "The Maturity ol Judaism" over Ihe Rabbinical \sociation program. "The Jewish Worship II -Hi" mi Ch 10 at n a.m.. Sunday. An international authority on Jewish law, Rabbi stern will deliver his weekly radio address ever WEDR-FM on Sumlav noon The series is sponsored by Food Fair Corp.. American Kosher Provisions, Inc., and the Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND ^OR DADE COUNTY ,NCHANCERY No. 65C 1'81 iTII\ I: Al.l'.l .ISTS >\\ \ I;I • i: I.IIERTS SUIT FOR DIVORCE • .\i IJII iiu i: i v..ii. i. mi i: %  %  i %  i Ol %  %  ii. Ifi %  %  t til. rm-> ': ) %  %  Rrh 11, %  Arairuii .. \ I ii I'li-iullnv in • hi ..in. in IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COLRT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA l\ PROBATE NO 6:834 A IX RK u in. \ \i Bt'KMAX I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To Ml r. llllol i I iiotil'ii nhiol W I .1 I II 'Is %  %  IllI I, I -.I" tin -II litI I tl hai ,i in Mi.i I l.ll I'. -i ,i \ A.I i-I.AKK i: IIK.-lsl.i: \ i:\.. • Slnimi 11.' i .\ imml • Hill |II| An.-:.'. Ilulldinx I II IK %  i nl.-t %  InI'll I'ireult t'ouri on or \\u .. I ... judirmi in h> il. .. I will lii tiiki-ll .. %  yi inr Hi, %  I. in., n.liil I he | mi ,.: Rabbi Kalmanowitz To be Memorialized i.n. • %  %  Ill, for Rabbi late dean be held on Israel Cm si Miami I .. \ Id, ', v "i i'" 1 I. s.-, \ U*SH .11 .Si ,,. firms of prestige In the boslness and civic life of your community GOLDBERG, illvd t %  '• >. River* Ide. H RSCH. I lltll, dome, .li.-.i Jan. Si. Rli LEVINSON. Dura, %  '-'. "I crn k l*r., died Jan 31 llrooklv 11. BRANFELD. I'liillp. .'.I', linAve, Si I vl. IS in i "it\. i iiirdnn. COVITZ. Mm s.i.li. SS, Runda, Vork, I'.'."', Rnv V'ent>i.i. S9II Indian S.-l \ .-.-^ in .f Ifi X I i w v. .r r. ITth SI don .-. n: %  III I 'II,•!.--. ; i; FIRM5 INTERESTED IN P. SPONSOVSHIP, PLEASE CALL Hi 8-4994 MISTRON. Mr* Vniti III II Ha; I: -• i %  ii Hi"! -i Ii SMOLIAN. .1.7 I'M II.:, • Sei 11 > I I .1. STEINHALSER. M-'rlll, 7 SI Si \ 1.1.1, PRICE. A \. .li. .1 Jan 30 ,8 \\V M I •f i: l:i\ i ..r IV2S Ri vi I Vim i: Memorial services Abraham Kalmanowitz. Ol Mirrer Veshiva, will Sunday, s p.m.. at I'.eth oregation, Til \v -toth Beach. Chairman of the "Yahrzeit" Ob servance is Rabbi Berel Wein, with Cantor Abraham Seif sched \iled to chant the prayer. Guest speakers will include Rahbi Pinehaa A. Teitz. president. Union of Orthodox Rabbis of United States and Canada: Rabbi ,lo seph Kahanaman, dean, Ponivezer Yeabiva; and Rabbi Jacob Cohen. Spring Valley, N. Y., alumnus ol Mirrer Yeshiva. Public is invited to attend the tribute to Rabbi Kalmanowitz. GREENBERG. .1. imv. 71. of ~.MJ Pin* Tree I >r. died Jan, -'.' Bervlee* In Chicago. Ki\.r.-iil. HARRIS. Willlnm BL, It, ot l.'.Ofl Ra) Rd., died Jan. Riv.i-i.i. ORLANSKY. Ida, !">. ..f ISOS S'W Sth si .iie.i Jan. is. ordon. LEPLE. Abraham, so, ,.t in. Ra) I:.I Alan M Blank. HAKMAN. David. 7, •"' M" •• % %  Hi"\\. Servtee* In RoHton Si-wm:in TAMBLYN. .Mrs Mu:i, tt, % %  < 7..". I hide Blvd. Xewn GOLDMAN. Max, 7... nl Ol-. I l> lli don SHEARN. Mm Mary, %  "I I:.I Ser\li-e* In N- Viirl I'll Ml,-I FAUER. Syhla, l :. of -' I Jai I. Rlvi raldi ECKMAN. V >\ :. A tl • .i I : LEVY, Hire .Tea s\V i: i livi-i no iiotk-e Hhall lie mihllel i il fin four i ..ii-n %  rili. ,1 KWISH I i.l 'It 111| \ \ |i..\i: \.\|. DRIiKl; III Miami l IOI I.I.I. lii_".>! ii iiu ,.t Junnar' A.I i. r I! I.i: vTHKRM VX, I I. I : I • -.-..I liy: K. M. I.VM \ \ I '.put l I'lcl i:i:ni:iii: \ i> T.KIKX, KSQ .'J %  \ %  ..-... %  .>. tin, %  iiihli -. h'l vii. i in > ri Pi.iii %  %  IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. o5C 1265 III:I i:.\ M \i: 1 VRK r MIIYKRS, I'll III v H.IVKR M VTIIKVV MKVKRK. i .,.i,.|..| : ,. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Vi .1 i .|.i \ Kli U vTI IKW MKTKTlr kiniwn, ., %  i. Tiir.'.i t" il. j ..in .iii-w er t.tl,. i '-• f..r IU\iir<-e with tinflerk %  tin .ii."\. I'ouri und *erve :. ...|.\ ihereid up.. II Hi-mum Cohen, i:>.|. I3IO-1I .-Hulldllifr, .Miami. Klorlda, "ii •liefnri' March Sth, IM.". or .Is, comliialnl ^111 I-.token :.eunffeaMd I.\TKI>. FVbniarj Snl, IMS. K l: I.KATTIKRMAX, I'l.rk. | li i'..int. Hade County, Klorlda (aenll l-v: K M. I.V.MAN 8/SI8-1S-M NOTICE UNDER FICTIT OUS NAME LAW vi.rni: is MKRi.in i;ivi:x • t> ianed, ili li ini" .•n.iih. fit titiouf • am. I' VMII.Y Vl'Tl i SM.I'.S ..t ti.l'i.i N W • 2"lli Ave., VI II i N reali-ti r HHIII .1 mi. a tli ili. Clerk %  •' the i '• Ie Com 11 \ v 11 %  .;. .1.1 >STK v ; •::•. •-' % %  IN IN T • %  %  THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65272C RK I --r.il. ol s \MI I:I. ISRI:I. i ,-, .i NOTICE TO CREDITORS All .1 I. ,11.1 All I'i -• 11* inn. -I i •. m inde \:. i %  iti Vou herelrt I ,,IIII LII In iirw an) i l inu .Mini,!hii li you ma) hnv • naaim H mi. nl SAMl'KI. ISKKI, .-iieeil late ol I >adi I Kli to the <'"in ,,i,l ii tl,, en mi III dupllv He .in m leil in s> i lion 7 -. IK, IlSuiiiit.-. 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Pri* jfewry 5. 1965 +.Jeisii fkrldkir Paqe 11-A Lecture Series Opens at Betii Shalom g^fcgyg Ulpan Classes Resume Here Second semester of the tilth annual Ulpan cla>M> in Hebrew language spon***> the Bureau of Jewish Edtmtion will besin Tues-' day evening, aieordinR to Joseph CoheD, jyeskfrnt of the Bureau. The UtpMf elas-es are modeled after tfca Btensive program for teaching conversational Hebrew in Israel, With emphasis on active particltwilW b> students. There are three Ulpan courses now available in Miami Beach: elementary. witft abMty to read Hebrew as a requirement tor the second semester". Intermediate, and advanced HeWP^a'. Texts aW* materials used in the classes' MUtkle American and Israel Mote, magazines and news papers. Class** meet Tuesdays, from 8 to 1 j.rtr. at Temple Beth Sholom School, 41st St and Chase Ave in s tr u cto rs are Zvi Beryer. assoeiate director. Bureau of Jewish Education; Mrs Zahava Sukenik, ajinstnietor at the Hebrew Academy •Ln* the JBuiv.iu's Hebrew High Rabbi Henry E. Kagan. of Mt Vernoni N.Y., will kick off a series ot lectures based on his book, "Sit Who Changed the World," on Monday evening, 9:15 p.m. Occasion will be the third session of the adult studies program of Temple Beth Sholom, according to a joint announcement by Mrs-. Irving B. Kaplan and Mrs. Irving Variety Names 65 'Godfather 1 Richard P. Wolfson, senior vice president of Wometco Enterprises, has been named vice president of Variety Children's Hospital. He will serve as a member of the Board of Trustees, it has been announced by P. William Burke, hospital president. Wolfson, a 13-year veteran with the Wometco organiiation, Is currently a director of City National Bank of Coral Gables, and has served in executive positions with such communal agencies as tha Crime Commission of Greater Miami, American Red Cross, the Child Guidance Clinic, Community TV, Foundation of Southern Florida, and National Conference of Christians and Jews. A eradunte of Harvard and Yale Law Schools. Wolfson is a member it the New York ami Florida Bar Association^, and has served as law secretary to Justice Rut ledge of the l\ S. Supreme Court. He is co-author of a book. 'Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court of the United States." As :i member of the board of Variety Children's Hospital. Wolfion will participate in the planning of the 1965 development fund campaign expansion <>f fhc hospital. Kushman, chairmen of the TeniFeb. IS—Rev. pie's Board of Ernie* lion and Adult minister of the Studies Committee, respcetieeiyt-^'hurch. "--" Feb. 22-Prof. Dr. Kegan, both a rabb. and a qualified psychologist, is spiritual leader of Sinai Temple in Mt. Vemon. His book is a psychological analysis of six Jewish geniuses from Moses through Freud and Einstein. On five succeeding Monday eve Mug*, the remaining personalities will be discussed by the following: John Papindrew, First Unitarian iasi'si Ramon Lemos, Department of Philosophy. University of Miami. Mar. I — Pro*. James Tedeschi Jr.. Department of Psychology, University of Miami. Mar. I—Prof. Behran Kursunog lu. professor of physics. University ot Miami. Mar. IS— Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader, Temple lorn. Brotherhood Fete Temple Zamora Religious School in conjunction with the start of Brotherhood Month, tlUs week featured a unique Sunday School assembly commemorating the observance. A show called "Dolls for Democracy" was presented by Mrs. Lenore Curtis sponsored by the B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League. The dolls are part of a collection of 280 dolls of outstanding personBeth Sho-, alties in history who showed a common love for mankind. r; ; % : School; ami Sholem Epelbaum, principal teacher. Congregation Knesetfa Israel. let) COPIES-$2 )TO OFFSET) Anyf W iit you need copies of LtTTlRS BULLETIN; REPORT*. CONTRACTS Serving. •S M.E PHONE SUNSHINE I Reproduced on Bond Poar WHILE rOU WAIT Cosh & Corry 13th Street FR 1-0815 PRESS MIAMI BEACH 1104 Lincoln Rd. Ph. JE 1-3812 stiRFSioe \ 9473 HarHim Ave. 4 i Ph. UN 6-6171 pic rre CUSTOM TAILORING 1104 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH 9473 HARDING AVENUE SUnFSIDE HABERDASHERY 40h Vear on Miami Beach < < < < i i .A r~ W K A 1 F M FROM TO BRAHMS BARTOK Ydt/ll Hear the World's Finest Music on WKAI-FM 93.1 on your FM dial KAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Concprts! .W K ATF M Before You Rent Compare When they tell you the apartments are luxurious COMPARE! 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idaf. py 5. 1965 vJewisii fkridlian Paqe 13-A 1965 ii •rIs: i-l. ml it be id d. id artOUR SPIRITUAL LEADERS Rabbi Morris Kipper emple Judea b-eigl "hji ar it: nd t • 0| Ig Of i dit irate Dsei sh.n binic work %  > IKI sring state :e o! for Disc ner cave mis lajo |o\ kilos f.th I Dili iabbi Morris A Kipper, spiritleader of Temple .liulca. ol -al Gables, was or.laine.l liy tinarew Union Collcuclcwish In ute of Religion. II.' holds a I(S jree In group n work m George Williams College. icago. 'rior to enterii. tin' llrhrcu ion College. Raiw., Kwv • ployed by the I'.nanl of .ioi.-h ucatiOB Of Chn ;r_o. ulu'ie he ved as program camp director 1 as director ol the Youth and tension Departn ( nt Jufltlg hhrtwo-y ar tour of duty the Armed For.' he ofneiaied „ acting Jewis* i >n plain at : t. .Leonard Weod/llo n Cincinnati, ho was a profesiial.Hebrew SIM : IraHn-r an i r. Halpern peaks Vzre Dr. Morton Ilaipem -n -ke oi. loderu Aapects .i Heart i;.arch" a Beet ig ol Roosevi I mple, Pythian SI-UM-S. mi Wedsday evening .•' l'\ ilium Hall. Assisting Dr. ll.ilpeni was Mi-lelida Quejad' .'.'. r, Heart Association of Miami. Talk was in oli-<-'\ .i nic ol llearl onth. principal for the Bureau of Jewish Education. He also served as cantor at the Temple in .Middletown. O. He was director of the teen-ape camp at Blue Star, N. C, and in the summer of 1960 directed a successful experiment in preteen camping for the I'AHC camps. Rabbi Kipper has served congregations in Chicago, [11.; Portsmouth, O.: Hutchlnson, Kan.; and Gastonia, N. C. Prior to coming to Temple Judea, he served Tempi,' Beth Sholom in Peabody, Mass Ho i; a member ol the Jewish War Veterans, and while in Peabody, was a member of the Massachusetts Board of Rabin-. Sew England Region of the I en i nferen •• ol Vmerican RabPeabody Ministerial Associachaplain for the Phillip Exeter n r to leaving. Rabbi Kipper was nomi, i bj th • Junior I hamber ol Commerce ol Peabody, for the 'Outstanding Man ol the Year' award. Rabbi Kipper is the author of a text on Jewish spiritual value-, a book designed for primary grades. He imarried. He. his wife. l..n ore. and their two children. A\i and Merle, now live in Coral Gables. HP in -|rv* f -% a*^. r '" 1 BK JEa* ALAN M. BLANK, INC. FIM-HAI. CHAPELS Three Generation* of Dedua s A. I 531-3441 A^X OUT A %  :<•.! Chapels %  res. Inc., Pittsburgh, Pa Jock lewis. Inc., Baltimore, Md. 1743 Bay Road — Off Dade Blvd. Miami Beach Shipping Anywhere in the World Violinist Slated With UM Orch. RABBI MORRIS KIPPER Younn Bolivian violinist Jaime Laredo u/fil he featured in two ..oiks in the fifth pair of subscription concerts of the University ol Miami Sy in phony on Sunday and Monda) in .Miami Beach and Dade County Auditorium. Both concerts begin at 8:30 p.m. With Dr. Pabien Sevltzky conducting, Laredo will perform "Violin Concerto in G Major." by Mo zart. and "Poeme." by Ernest Chausson. For the balance of the program, the orchestra and Dr. Sevltzky will present Overture to "Candide," byLeonard Bernstein, and "Symphony in D minor." by Cesar Franck. A native of Cochabamba, Bolivia, the 23-year-old Laredo has been praised by critics in the United States, Europe and South America. He has toured Europe four times. In his recent concert tour, he made two appearances as soloist with Leopold Stokowski and th" American Orchestra in New York and Washington, D. C. Laredo triumphed over dozens ol contestants from all over the world in the Queen Elisabeth of Belgium Music Competition in 1959 and was sin-led out as "The Best Young Performing Artist of the Year" as a result of his debut recording for RCA Victor, "Pre senting Jaime Laredo.*' rlusic Month Wi!! Be Celebrated Jewish Music Month v ill be •hi d il II the Sui (Side Music %  ed\. 8 i> MI iii ihc Community i al 93rd St. on the i nt. Artists to be featured in< Nina Holland, lyric soprano; Eslelle Hoberman, Interpretive dancer; Bogdan Chruszcz, concert violinist; Linda Ragarz and Olga Bibor stern, accompanists, Nina lien. md 1a native of Mon. '.real. Canada, where she was awarded scholarshipfor advanced study in voice and theory. She has appeared at many local hotel-. including the Americana, Algiers, Fontainebleau, Doral Beach, and for many organizations, Her program will include popular -how tunes, musical comedy. Operatic, Jewish and Hebrew folk songs. She sings in seven languages, Estellc Hoberman. wife of Surfside Councilman Louis Hoberman. will perform a group of interpretive Israeli dances, with her own choreography, she is a former member of the Chicago Theatre Ballet, and has performed locally for OKI", Pioneer Women. 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?age AC "Jmist'fftt-kftar Friday. February 5 ^ 65 lAJowien s JiJivision ^/tiwis at K^ffcatcst %  -• ; mun'i activities to Dg unparalleled -'.:pport to the • rul to Campaign in Dt Irving Lehrman Mn Krensk. announced that important pwo%  • • by the Init Lunch) at the Eden I Feb. 15, m chairmanship of Mrs. Jack lira Stanley Fretilin, and in thiv Harr. A Yagle has AH .!. %  • eonjU • • %  ,., • • „. heguest • • .. Fashi npl • • %  'A • • %  %  n drive Successful Program Krensk) in li< ills and in the over D p*ign are Mrs. A L I.lick nan Miami Beach chairman Mrs Samuel Simonhoff M. imi chairman The highlysu cce ssfu l progran %  I the T*Ottng Women'Division >hich wtt revitalised with Mrs u ensky'j help in 1963. will con "i expand it* activities ami -upport oi Federation Miiwcnara Briekman than of the Young Women's Di vision, which igamin_ m< H*r-hip from everj e ** D %  %  llighlightii g the > t HI be %  • '.'. esl 'No Minimi i 1964 has 1< • emberof 1 spec! The second edition >f rV-hmnplale. which will highlight the Women Division Initial Gifts Luncheon, will be made possible by outstandiug cooperation of nine leading couture Ions in the Miami and Miami Beach areaPlanning of thievent started very early under the direction of the three Imtia' C chairmen Above Goal Ki nskj said that the • goal i the 10 per%  i : • • necessarj to help ,i \ "i • • IMS city-wid< Mrs Krenskj announced the • enl • the I illow ing as chairmen oi Women Division events Mrs Sidney Schwartz. Keynoters S52 Committee chair man: Mrs Truclv Hamer.-chlac. and MrBernard Abel vice chairmen MrJean C Lehman Head linen S18 Committee chairman Ai.-D announced ana the ap [Muniment of vice chairmen for her committee They are MrLarry Frieclland KM Larry Sil verman Mrs Sol Silvtrman for the Beach, and Mrs Milton (ireen MrCteraid Soltz and .MrIrving Wexler. for Town The successful apartment house campaign will be expanded rhiyear under the chairmanship ot MrFraneea Beckerman ,.nn MiJaek Kat/man Speakers Bureau %  %  %  Diwsion rreni Mrs id the • %  i 1' Fein I Mrs i •. en i 'ninii ittee < hair • %  A high: ,sful series of but tours to study Greater Miami C^mbinei! Jewish Appeal and Federation age... action were held by the Federation of Jewish Women and by the Young Women's Division in preparation for 965 campaian activity. Amonq leaders of 'he Federation of Jewish Women who invited members "to take the bus and leave the quid ing to us" are 'left to riqht Mrs. Sidney Schwartz, Federation of Jewish Women President Mrs. Irving Lehrman, and Mrs. Sol Goldstein. "Plus-giving is must giving," says Mrs. Carl ions are personally dedicated to the %  • %  Weinkle 'left. 1964 CJA Women's Division edge that plus-giving not only sets the •• %  • chairman, and Mrs. Inez Krensky. 1965 divis of the community aside as individual] ion chairman. They, and other key leaders also as proud supporters of the agencies : of the Women's and Young Women's Divis Combined Jewish Appeal and ot : Reward for Big Community Support: Increased Service j I hi rev ardtor gem • support oi Comb: I -h"\Ml I nefits ai (i mng I oui gn, w hich raised ovei Sim re than in 1963. will -;.11._•!,. :: oui [amilii an I communities by the increased services our Federation a will now be able to provide Lefcouii declared "Although we are .-till unable to fully meet the needs of OUI community, we are making great -tndein strengthening out as. encies, and t hi year will serve a record number of people in Greater Miami, he said "The additional allocations given to our communityy agencies athe result of our successful CJA campaign have provided .> foun datum fur the future expansion ui Federation services to ,i growMiami Ami : ~ the dh idends that have tied to local agi ncn I to the • an the f": ing Family Service Jewish Fa mil] Childn i -' the additi support im o -t •'Ui--.i.ii, which, tl • : .in additional trained so win ker, now has full nselors I betti i sen ice to emotionall) milies in the commu 'l he nnel elpei %  f to absoi b waiting li-t-. and it iprojected • mi,ike at the agenc) for new clientwill lie reopened toward the first of the year. n iimportant to JFCS and to the community that the counsel ing staff has reached this -i This ill be a two-fold ben it will mean that the agency is %  daquatel) staffed to provide ira heip i lies in iw JFCS t nseln e at I : %  Education I turn v..i%  %  tisted m itmovi lent and i panded quarters .Iii ga II % %  .. and ,.t the same I • --mn.il IU| %  training of youi their must format! ears of de v eloprnent. In-titution I ims and addit Continued on Paoe 5-C The first official Federation function to be held at the new central YM and YWHA, 8500 SW 8th St., Miami, was a meeting of 'he Board of Governors at which Mrs. Lydia EskenaS public relations director for the Joint Distribution Comnutte* | in Greece, was guest speaker. Hers.chel Rosenthal, pre* ident of 'he "Y." is shown welcoming the assemblaqe o Federation President Sidney Lefcourt and Mrs. Eskenazi 1 on. Leaders of the Board of Governors were escoi'e a tour of the facilities of the new "Y



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Page 6-C ^JtmhUfkrHtam Fta, these are the people '• %  CAMPAIGN CHAIRMAN ASSOCIATE CAMPAIGN CHAIRMEN CO-CHAIRMEN Dr Irving Lehrman Jerry Blank RESIDENTS DIVISION Shepard Broad Sam Blank Samuel Fnedland J riairman Co-C' \ Ccl Jacob'.' Lou Hams lisik Brener rial House II Jc RESIDENTS DIVISION I kt Ma Koike' :e Towers Surf side GULF AMERICAN FINANCE EMPLOYEES DIVISION v •sa'd de COMMERCIAL FINANCE r 1 i ear. HM mrf^m Normandy Isle Phlip Saks Continental Ac's. BANK. SAVINGS & LOAN Cora! Sea Toivers EMPLOYEES I Mon. %  !.'.•• H ( Miami Beach Conui ••• %  < %  M Hi TRADES AND PRiS MORTGAGE COMPANIES SMALL LOAN COMPANIES JL -JL Nat Pollack HOTEL GROUP Milton Weiss. Chairman Leonard H Zigman Herschel Rosenthal Ronald Lipton Co-Chairmen A A Grunhut. Co-Chairman F *. RESTAURANTS Walter Talk LIQUOR GROUP Louis Snetma:i I-. • FURNITURE & APPLIANCES A J Alexander. Maxwell Weisblatt Herbert Spahn. Jr HJIMII Lipiui Honorary Chairman Co-Chairren SERVICES IMPORTERS & EXPORTERS DIVISION I n imBaros VENDING MACHINES Gordon Paterson Da.' BEAUTY PARLORS CLEANERS & LAUNDRIES Lester Arkm Joseph Teitelbaum Irving Wexler. Chairman Peter 5M M Albe't J H.rs.-h Jerome Herskowit/



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Page 12-B +Jenl9ti nrr/rtiyr Shown selecting books from the shelves of the Harry Simons Library at Beth David are Jennifer Schectman. Don Rosenthal and Tom Feinberg Beth David Library Third Anniversary Both David Library will celebrate its third birthday with prizes to Religious School classes that ha e been participating in a readin. contest. Celebration will take place throughout the month of February The library, called the Harry Sii ons Library, has as its theme. K.i. w thyself and thy heritage." Through the cooperation ot Saul Rabin, education director, and Mn> Melvin Rosenbaum. librarian th.Hebrew and Sunday School departments have become an inal part of the synagogue, with i. ilar clasi visit* to the library. In addition. Mrs. Albert Beer. cultural vice president, and Mrs, G< rge Laskin, program chair-, %  nan, have worked with Mrs MurZionist Club Slates Speaker, j Top Performer Next meeting of the weekly Lun. chaos L'Hb ul the Miami .Beach District of the Zionist Organization of America will take place on Wednesday noon at the Ritz I'laza lintel The luncheon will be dedicated to Israel Bonds, according to Jacob C. Fishman. chairman of the Luncheon Club. Program will feature the noted lecturer, expert on Middle East affairs and former officer in the Israel Defense Forces, Dr. Arieh L. Plotkin, and the American humorist and song stylist, Lewis Norman. Dr. Plotkin. educated at universities in Jerusalem and London, was the first Israeli to be admit-, ted t o Princeton University's School of Public and International „. Affairs, from which he obtained ray Dacks. president of Sisterhood. n| „ p nD to bring cultural programs to meetings of the Sisterhood, including a Ile has taught at Princeton I'niBook Fair. Jewish art exhibits and versity and is a recognized aubook reviews thoritv on international relations Mrs. Beer announced that since ^ nd '"'"national law. At present, the Bureau of Jewish Educatibn' hc ,s !" s,dent ,' Haifa He and its library have moved to Mi5 ned m [** l !" Arm >' an ami Beach, the Harry Simons Li0,f,icr ,n ,he lnlpll '8 t n "' <-nbrary is making plans to open its ; Norman has appeared in pracdoor to the public in the near fu-' tit-ally every phase of show busiFriday, F ebruary 5 Chayele Grober At Farband ( hayele Grober ,, „ f bima. will celeb, • the Yiddish-Hebreu day evening at 1. M2 Washington Ave Cantor llordecai \ other guest artist, in the group. with ,, r.iment by Aida Yaslo Ju %  1 be I Fe tion. Rt ficia Ziou pres of U At will Florida BB Will Meet in Orlando On Feb. 20-21 Will WT. AKIIH HOTKIN Boy Scout Troop To be Honored At Emanu-EI In honor %  and woman's cha| I lando, according to SI tar) Walter Apfelbaum President-Elect Ansel \ Witta stein will report on act District Board of Govi ing held in Jacksonville on .'an 2.' Edw .mi Stern and Jaj M irkowiti will report on llillel. I and Joe Gorenstein will the district convention • on Miami Beach in June Monday evening. 8 p.m., at Temple Ner Tamid. Participating in the symposium will be Itabbi Joseph E. Ractcowsky. spiritual leader of Hrth Tfilah Congregation, Miami Beach, presenting the Orthodox viewpoint, Di Morion J Bobbins, national cli.iinna'n of the Zionist Youth Commission and vice presi dent of the National Executive Council of the Zionist Organisation .i America, representing the Conservative-Liberal outlook; and Dr. Mark Zoren, retired cardiologist, who recentlj participated in the t s st.ite Department's Cultural I icchange Program with the USSR, representing secular Judaism Moderator oi the symposium will be Dr. Sigmund Foglcr. reined principal of the New York City public schools and a noted poet, writer and lecturer. An open discussion will follow the symposium, according to Max Raskin. ram chairman of the district. Rabbi Goldman At Or Olom Monday Night Rabbi Israel Goldman, -pnitual leader of Chiztlk Amuno. of Baltimore. Md will address a gathering of the United Synagogue of America at Temple Or Olom, 8755 SW 1 tith St., Miami, on Monday night at 8 p.m. Rabbi Goldman will speak on "New Dimensions in American Jewry Rabbi Goldman is a past president of the Rabbinical Assembly Ol America and a founder of the National Academy of Adult Jewish studies of the United Synagogue of America Hisappearance here is part ol a United Synagogue Adult Education Cavalcade, liming which time Rabbi Goldman is addressing five c n r< ations in the Southeast area \ mour Mann, president of the Southeast Region of the United Synagogue of America, will introduce Rabbi Goldman Temple OrOlom spiritual leader is Rabbi Samuel April. Mrs Enter) Green is Jewish Famil) Living chairman On the ocean at mi.imi beach A new standard of elegance on Miami Beach. Superbly planned and executed weddings, luncheons, business meetings ... ranging from 10 to 1000. OR n a miann country club setting Spaciousness is the key note of your ail.iir amidst the plushncss of the Doral Country Club. Weddings, confirmations, banquets are enhanced by the country club atmos phcre of this resort-estate. tail', please call 'or ol food and Be\ eiage For complete dt Mr. Da\id Kouic. Diiec. Doral Beach Hotel and Country Club JE 2-3600 *£ —— Antique Show At Bayfront Antique jewelry, silver china, glass and furniture will be on disi lay al the 24th Miami Antiques Show tO be held 4f at Bayfront Am! itorium Iron: •'eh II to 14. 1 o li p.m Started b> Vcra Gaffney, Miami's first antique dealer, the show is now sponsored %  by her daugh ter, Ethel Mae Mrs. Hhil B—4y Bo edy. who ex. peds so dealers from all over the United States to attend. All ex hibits are for sale. On Saturday, Eeb. 13, Zonta Club of Greater Miami will play host at a tea. from 3 to 5 p.m.. to all visitors to the show. Part ol the gate receipts on that day will go to Zonta s recordings for the blind. si Mai wiir Eeb tion offii Zioi be hall hoo A will veil Lot and AU 1 Ste uni at soi ba pie ] at wt scl e%%% J f ba eh tel bj Ix wi m g> nc ei I) ei tr e Si V d n j i: o I I I •>] 0 **•***>>; MEET PERFECTIONISTS IN THE CATERING FIELD Has am ipM In tbstr profsssioa. I They are the alDaVs catsrlni staff. They will sssks a satcass of any party... • wadding... a Bar Mtzvak*... a buslnsss -* %  •> swttJng or a social luncheon. Tbsy wll f mm f row 20 to 1000 Ohm wttti AM f ood SKparUy prepared hi tha oTUdo's asamty rated Cotillioa torn. They'll srrasis f* whatever apaoa you raqulfa. Ctfl tL Tatcsswat JMMWMUI far tha l*atnaKll)Mtoarhai 0CE4NFR0NI COltlNS SVENUt N0 UNC01N R0I0 MtU


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Friday. Ftdwiaswj 5. 1965
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JWV Protests
To Bonn Consul
Commander Ainslee R. Ke,rdJe.
Department of Florida. Jewish
War Veterans ha- written to Claire
Mendel, consul of the German Fed-
eral Republic here, protesting
jvvvs eoneern ovw ttre--Bonn Gov-
ernment's "failing to withdraw the
pas-ports of those scientists em-
ployed in the manufacture of the
implements of war in Egypt and
the failure to extend the statute
ol limitations against the Nazi war
criminals
Ferdie told Mr Mendel, who
ttvtja at 955:! Harding \\e that on
Mar 21, at our quarterly meeting
in Surfside. our organization will
consider additional actions such
as peaceful demonstration out-
side the consul's office and the
publishing of a list of products
made in the country that you rep
resent and their local agenctes o(
distribution to our membership.'"
Fvplained Ferdie: "We address
our remarks to you not out of any
personal animosity toward you but
in the interest of calling to your
attention of the government that
you represent our position in this
matter."
Surfside Group Eyes Referendum
Leo Pfetier, special counsel of American Jewish Congress, is
shown with btcte Rep Robert Shevin, Bernard S. Mandler.
chairman of the Commission on Law and Social Action of the
South Florida Council, and former U.S. Sen. Harry P. Cain at
a meeting of attorneys and judges of Dade County recently
at the Dupon* Plaza Hotel. Pfefler spoke on recent develop-
ments in the United States Supreme Court relating to religion
and stale.
r Surfside Civic Association held
V ".special open meeting Tuesday
in the Council Room of Town Hall
or. the refunding bond referendum
scheduled for Monday. Fob 15.
Featured was a panel discus-
sion, with mincrtmnn Sidnej Km.:
and Myron Zeieiitz speaking in fa
vor of the referendom, and Coun-
cilman Louis Hoberman and Irv
in-j Solomon in opposition
Surfside Civic Association has
also announced a donation to the
Surl Bal Bay Library Newl>-elect
erf officers of the organization are
Herman Crayson. president; Mrs.
Beatrice Dreisen, first vice presi-
dent: Morris Finkel. second vice
president; Nat Korhin. recording
secretary. Mrs Dorothy Rich, cor-
resi>onding secretary; and Mrs.
Marion Sclrwitzer. treasurer.
Executive Committee includes
Louis Katz, Andrew Greenfield,
Herbert MendeJl, Mra^Ray* Ten-
II Ciister ^-iv^fcj Samson
Winn, Max Spiro. Framj E Mar-
iin. Rernard M Jo>ce and*.Frank
i lea ley.
French Exhibit Proves
Jews' Anti-Nazi Stand
i' \kis -1 jtaiWith Rnpressive
ceremonies at w !i i c h President
Chorlesde Gaulle was official!)
. i presented bj a member oi his
abinet, an exhibit proving to the
'(i i c and (Or all 'hat Jew s
uador the li.i.e;- regime fought in
organized resisurace against \.i/i
sm in man) places, including Ber
tin "- as '>i>Ted here this
eek
Th" evhihif organized b) the
Memorial t.> the Cnknown Jewish
Martyi and the Center for Con
p< rar) Jewish Studies, has as
seirrt>led documents, official re
- an;! photographs from Hum
ne;.n countrie-- m-cupied by the
German-, during World War 11. in-
cluding the Soviet I'nion. Poland.
Bulgaria, Rumania and Czecfco-
v >vakia Another part of the ex-
hibit showed i"wish resistance
against the enemj in pre Israel
Palestine.
The rhrae principal speakers
at the c*rmonits wor Jean
Saintanny, Minister for War Vet-
erans and the Victims of War,
who represented President da
Gaulle; Dr. Nahom Goldmann,
president of the World Jewish
Conqress; and Walter Eytan, Is-
rael Ambassador to France.
\^ pri iidcntial guards in dress
uniform, swords drawn, flanked
d 'The
C tile
hrsl Hitler
Mic \../i- first m Western
Europe, then in occupied territor-
ies of the Fast They fonht back.
anil at Warsaw, managed for six
weikv to hold at bay the mi.ht ol
ihe Wehrmacht Young people Of
France ami elsewherenever for-
get those heroes'"
I)r Goldmann, in his address,
castigated the Allied Government-
r |"iwer during the war for fail
ng t.p react against Hitler's holo-
: aimed at the .tew- 'Thi- ex
! ition." he said, 'stands as an
accusation against the democratic
ations which did not take Nazism
serioosl) enough They tried noth-
ing to >a\c even a -mall remnant
it the victims An entire genera-
tion, ,lcu. and non-Jews alike, will
stand charged by history with lack
ol imagination, lack of foresight.
and w. power and. and above all.
f r not having reacted at a time
v 'i. n such reaction could have
rush (I the Nazi evil at its origin.'"
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Rev. Charles R Bruce, if the
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Friday, February 5. 1965 +Je*lst fh>rkfiari Paqe 5-A Leh -o right are Exporters and Importers Group Co-Chairmen Left-: Arkin and Joe Teitelbaum. with S. Ronald Pallot, Transport.-tion Group chairman. CJA Manufacturing and Transport Division Announces Leading Figures fOK KUAUD STOKItS • co- hairman ol I d< • • .1. %  Professions Couni • if : i umbined Je •> i>h \; i •. and ol th< Mani. %  i: an.sportal ion i 'i • %  rrent ca "..• at < pptani c ol • industr) Injures i" head I division %  •'•. %  Mai l %  • ision ha an II • I keeping itli u 11 eased nouni <•'! ever>' divis %  "" • %  %  %  ampa "I am confident that the many oro.i leaders who will again ser>e in this division, along with the .edition of a number of out starscng men. will help us to itii' our goal," he stated. Tv. • i %  mils, the Metals i, ad the Papei Group have d tin %  i %  ptance ol chairmen ho lerved m 1964 Ri • • rt Somerstein, Remington Stai • Inti al and Max i %  Metal Suppl) i %  ...ii head the Metals ( ... ... ,,.,. Sydne) i rporation will • Paper Group i iand l ; id< d into • Ihe Section ai bei • b> i 1 • -standard Civ Sff. PAGES 1-9C sommsjiih BARNUTl Crystal House Party for CJA Fitfeeri leading residents ol Crystal House will hosl %  cocktail partj at the Crystal House Dining Room on Monday al i p m it was announced i>\ John N Serbia, chairman, and K Williams Apte. i chairman, respectively, ol the Residents Division Dr Irving Lehrman, 1965 Com bined Jewish Appeal chairman, who has just returned from a 12 day tour of Israel and Europe, will report on what he saw during his trip and detail the outstanding Federation agencies in the Miami community that care for the sick. the aged, the indigent, the handicapped, and families with per sonal problems. Co-hosts for the Crystal House event, another Residents Division function to help meet the 1965 CJA goal of $1,435,080 for 4i agencies in Miami, nationally, and overseas, include the following: Richard B Ayares. Aislk Brener. Murray Drexler. Joseph Gardner, Lou Harris, Sampson Hittner. Dr. Sigmund Klein. .1 Gerald Lewis Also. Jacob Lowy, Philip Lus tine. Morris N'orian, Charles Reskin. Julius Rosenberg. Irving N. Stenn and Philip Thau. Ner Tamid Ladies Plan Card Party Temple Ner Tamid Sisterhood v ill have a card part) and man jong affair on Saturday in the So cial Mall at 7 30 p m. Mrs [da Raskin is chairman Evening will irclude refreshments and prizes On Tuesday noon, a bazaar luncheon will be held Merchandise item tor the bazaar will he ad mission Mrs Murray Sha" is chairman Four Years in Pulpit This Sabbath marks the begin ning oi the fourth year of Rabbi Max Shapiro as spiritual leader ol Beth Kodesh Congregation The adult series In history, will be re sun.i-ii this Sunday morning at 10 a m 800 in Tribute To Dr. Lipschitz At the Deauville Some 8oo persons attended a testimonial dinner in honor of Dr. %  tax Lipschitz, spiritual leader of Beth Torah Congregation, on Saturday evening at the Deauville Hotel. Guest speaker was Rabbi Moses Lehrman, of Detroit. Mich., fatherin law of the Beth Torah rabbi. The testimonial marked the five years of service by Dr. Lipschitz to Beth Torah. as well as his 18 years in the rabbinate It also celebrated his winning the Doctor of Philosophy degree at the University ol Wisconsin. Present at the banquet were a host of communal dignitaries, including personalities in government, the rabbinate, and organizational affairs. Preside! ol Beth Torah Congre cation, which has grown durum the pasl five years to a member ship of some 750 families, i~ Richard Sneider Chairman of the dinner of tribute was Howard Ralby. Dr Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader "I Temple Emanu El, and uncle of Dr Lipschitz, offered greetings on behall ol the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association Strong Vet £afe-GrVe$ Hours of Continuous Relief from Minor ARTHRITIS WIM AnncinS g.\r* h' :rs rt rov %  § relief from arthritis' minor paint— •ven such ehroi ion arisinu front, deep in the joint'. Anacin also reduces nwellmir and inflammation. la mxnuttl pain ROCl that It's easier to move affiioied limbs attain. The Mason Ai ai In Tablet* are so effective n because they contain the pail reliever moat recommended by dot tors plus an *ji'a ingredient not found 'n leadingaspirins or buffered • :.. %  ,i.s. Take as directed. e COMMERCIAL e FRATERNAL e POLITICAL PRINTING and OFFSET ENGLISH YIDDISH HEBREW SPANISH Specioliiina in Bar Mitivan I Wedding Invitations (Union Shop' Parness Press 437 S W. 17th Avenue, Miami FR 9-8235 7T OTARION HEARING AIDS lepeir All Mete* WHILE YOU WAIT Imperial Hearing Aid Co. •4 N.E 2nd Ave. 377-1022 TtKMS TIADES ABtRMAH UVIN I ,, will again serve a~ chairman ol the Chemicals Section, along with Max Socklofl Flamingo R< i %  rics A newly orcjaniied Plastics Sect.on of the group will be headed by S. Ronald Bamette, of Dimensional Plastics, Inc. the bank at the head of the mall s. R n i Pallot, Co.. ill a n Ihe Norton Tire the Transpor


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February 5, 1965 +Jmisti Fk>ridhain Paqe 13-B 1965 jfyar r and Mrs. Stanley Jonas, 1360 So. rreasure Dr., w:'l '"' Bar Mitzvah Saturday i ing, ii b .it Temple Menorah Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz and i 'antor I %  '. i ard Klein n ill %  >! f;( late. Andy is a student of the Men orah Religious .School and also attends Nautilus Junior High. Following services, a Kiddush will be held in the Social Hall of Temple Menorah, and a reception and dinner in Andy's honor will be held at the Seville Hotel on Saturday e\ ening. Among guests will be paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jonas, and materal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fail M, Coplon. all of Miami Beach. • % % %  Samuel Wieselberg Dr. Irving l.ehrman will officiate Bernard Nusbaum Andrew Jonas Samuel Wieselberg Carol feldman Guy Lombardo Opens at Doral In a "first"' for any hotel in the history of Miami Beach. Guy LamVbardo brings his world-famed orchestra into the Doral Beach Ho tel on Friday. The interest created by the initial announcement of Lo*baido's appearance was so widespread that Doral has had to move the site ol Lombardo's en gajjement from the previously an nounccd Starlight Hoof to the larg er Doral (Wand Ballroom. The Lombardo "Royal Canadian!" achieve their lamed •'sweet est music this side of heaven" with the hi lp of four Lombardo brothers: ftiiy. baton: Carmen, alto saxophone Lebert, trumpet, and Victor, -oprano sax. Born in London. Ontario. Canada, (!uy Lombardo began to study mu-i> .it an early age. While in mmar school. Lombardo organa four-piece band, consisting himsell as violinist, Carmen Ltnbardo. Libert Lombard > and d Kreitzer, All are still in to y's Royal Canadians. t was in Chicago that Lumbarmusic was Identified by critic Mon Stevans as "the Sweetest Mi; ic This Side of Heaven." a phrase which has since become World renowned. With Lombardo's lame spreading, the Hotel Roosevelt in New York signed him for an engagement. Thus begun the close association between Lombardo and the Roosevelt Grill, which lasted from 1929 to 1962. Lombardo's Doral engagement runs through Mar. 18. He will appear every night except Mondays and provide continuous dance music from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., alternating with the Joan St. James trio. S iss James played opposite Lombardo with her trio lor four months during his last year's Florida West Coast engagement, according to Jean Suits, executive director of the Doral. t> Pompano Track 'Place to Go' Pompano Park Harness Racewa) ifast becoming "the place to iO" this winter in South Florida. The ultra-modern, multi-million dollar facility, already rated as one Of the most beautiful race tracks in the world, presents harness racing nightly except Sunday. Opened last Dec 17 for the current 92 night meeting, attendance io'.' ing by leaps and bounds. Just last weekend. Chocolate Soda paced a mile in 2:00 115. a new track record, and both fans and expertalike are in complete agreement that it won't be long before the mythical two-minute harrier is broken by one of the top pacers racing. There was good news too this past week when Johnny Chapman, last winter's leading driver with 32 victories, returned to action.— ST. at the Bar Mitzvah of Samuel, son ot Mrs Itae Wieselberg. on Saturday. Feb. (j. at Temple KnianuKl. Samuel attends seventh grade of Nautilus Junior High and is interested in sports. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Abrams. Samuel's grandparents, will be among those attending the cen mony. The celebrant will be honored at a Kiddush in the Assembly Hall of the Temple following services. Robin Reiter Robin, dau hter ol Mr and Mrs. Sau! Reiter. will be Bar Mitzvah on Friday. Feb. 5, at Beth Moshe Congregatii n. Rabbi R i c h a rd Marcovitz, with the assistance of Cantor Seymour Hinkes, will officiate. An Oneg Shabbat sponsored by Mr. and Mrs Belter will follow the services in I'opiel Social Hall Robin is a student at Beth Moshe Religious School, attends seventh grade at Westview Junior Huh, and acts in the Merry-GoHound Playhouse in Coral Gables. An open house will be held at Robin's home. • Carol Feldman Carol Joy. daughter ol Mrs. Her-' man J Feldman. 8117 Carlyle Ave., was Bar Mitzvah at Temple Ncr Tamid on Friday evening, Jan. 29. A student at Nautilus Junior High. Carol plays the saxophone, in the school marching band. anfF also plays piano. She attends the Temple's Religious School and is a member of Young Judea. Mrs. Feldman honored herdaughter at an open house reception Friday following the ceremony and at a barbecue on Saturday. Kevin Ben On Saturday. Feb. 6. Kevin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ben. will be Bar Mitzvah at the Israelite Center. Rabbi Shniaiyahu Swirskj will officiate. Kevin is a student at the Center Religious School and is in seventh grade at Ponce Junior High. He is an honor student and excels in mathematics Mr. and Mrs. Ben will host the Kiddush following services and also honor Kevin at a dinner at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel on Sunday evening. Pit sent will be Kevin's grandmothers. Mrs Bertha Bloch and Mrs. Isidore Bass. Richard Bomse Saturday afternoon. Feb. 6. at Temple Or Olom. Richard, son of Mr and Mrs. Martin lionise, will be Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Samuel April will officiate. Richard is a seventh grade student at West Miami Junior Huh School. He plays trumpet and serves in Khoury League as pitchirr and catcher. Attending his Bar Mitzvah will be grandparents, Mr. and Mrs ,\1 (luif. Newport News. Va Glenn Mehlman Glenn s Mehlman, son of Mr. and Mrs Manny Mehlman, 0 Flamimg) -J>r., will celebrate his Bar MrcSwon Saturday, Feb. H. at Beth Israel Congrei at i Glenn ts'in the seventh grade at tunior Huh School, and athlete. Kiddush luncheon will be held after the services at his home Diane and Roy AlUrman Diane Lois and Roy Arthur. daughter and son of Mr. and Mrs. David Alterman, 3845 Riviera Cl Coral Gables, will be Bas and Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. Feb 8. at Beth David Synagogue. Diane is an eighth grade student at I'once de Leon Junior II' where she plays trombone in the school band. She has been attending Beth David Religious School for eight years and is in the sixth grade cf Hebrew School. Her interests and hobbies include archery, bowling, softball and the guitar. Roy is a seventh grade student at Ponce de Leon Junior High and plays drums in the school band He has been attending.,Beth David Religious School tor seven y< and Is in sixth grade Hebrew class. He is interested in archery, bi ball am! bowling. Celebrants are ttMfchildren of Mrs Jenn 6 Le Mr, Coral Gables. 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Whatever the time ot day. whatever the occasion, whatever the number of guests, whatever they like to eat... look to the new Everglades tor an affair to remember. Seven superb banquet rooms, including the scenic Everglades Root I (Special rates for groups of 40 or more cover everything — parking, too!) Get the full details; call Catering Office — FR 9-5461 —soonI SM you at the New ,+> EVERGLADES HOTEL Biscaynt Blvd. at 3rd St. T. James Ennn. Managing Direclor v make social functions function better. %  .-. % %  'v !" />HwW.v/.w %  •*..> ..-. %  For Very Special Occasions... Jbmomat COUNTRY CLUB'S CALCUTTA ROOM Juat imagine having the entire Diplomat Country Club, yours exclusively for weddings, parties or special dinners! Catering facilities for groups of 100-300. available 7 days a week. There's no other room quite like the Calcutta Room in this area! Unlimited free parking. For reservation*, call 945-9371 in Miami, or WA V8111 in Hollywood HOLLY WOOD-BY-T HE-SEA —



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ISook SIJI ut l"iiKe •*'•• Thin iii ss.iInstituted in the (*ir. nit Conn ol Hollth Judicial Clivuii .i %  %  .nl-. lias. -.. ,II %  of Al..' In.l. I III)' J lllci |. of I '' :inil i il, 1 1... Millie 1)1 ilU|>ll %  in ...|il os lie i HI .-• I imi : I I 111, Klnl lila 11: | hfii iiffli'e* i %  I h. i %  .1 I :.. .>,. II I nI, < .i.i I • ii. ssiilnn -:\ .,i, nn.,1 imiuth* Ironi %  In linn of i he i.r-t publication In leaf, • i Ii. -aim\s ill l„ burn' %  Hated i Miami, Kin ill i .III .Ins of .lanuni .. Ali '.:•.. i:nsi: I:III:I:NI:I:II II SA.l.illii-lrall is i IV A. Itl< 'IIA Kl • .V XKI.S'1 IN Attorney* i •: Admlnl*tratrix, C.T.A. .;i>'. I.m...In lid. Miami iieach. Fla, l 22-29, '.' '.-I-' IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIOA IN PROBATE No. 65641 B IN in-: i:*tnt. .a MOUTIMOKK IKVINI! 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Page 8-A +Je*isti flerld/aw Friday, February 5, L966 House Votes Ban on Aid to Nasser Continued from Page 1-A relations and tie his hands in dealing with Egypt. The bill now goes to the Senate, Where a number of Senators <>1 both parties are already on record against further aid to the N.is SIT regime If the amendment is retained by the Senate, President .lohnson would be forced to veto his entire agricultural appropriations bill to kill it. The State Department was described by informed sources as "furious" over the House vote and is said to have voiced apprehension lest the House alone "drive Nasser into a real frenzy of anti-American actions." Chairman George H. Mahon, of the Mouse Appropriations Committee, opposed the amendment, asking Congress not to be influenced by Egyptian Israeli differencies. Rep. Seymour Halpern. New York Republican, replied that the issue was much broader, and involved support by the American taxpayer of the Castro of the Nile." He compared Nasser with Cuba's Fidel Castro, citing Nassers anti-American expressions and actions, his support of Communist policies, backing of pro Communist Congolese rebels, and gangstcrlike tactics" He said Nasser "made a mockery of our aid program" which only subsidized Egyptian arms acquisitions from Russia and policies of subversion and intrigue undermining the peace of the Near East and Africa. Rep. Leonard Farbstein. New York Democrat, and member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, differed with his own Administration by backing the amendment. He said that Nasser had disregarded previous expressions by the Congress, and that nothing less than mandatory action severing aid would at this : point uphold the dignity of the 1 United States Rep. Benjamin Rosenthal, New York Democrat, who has joined the Foreign Affairs Committee, agreed with Rep. Farbstein and indicated that the true interests of the United States were not conlistent with further assistance to Egypt. Rep. Gerald Ford, Michigan Republican and minority leader for his party, called for a stand against Egypt, and rallied support for the amendment. Rep. Silvo Gonte, Massachusetts Republican, cited the burning of the U. S. library in Cairo and Nasser's backing of Communist causes on the world scene. Another Democrat who differed with his party's position was Rep. William Pitts Ryan, of New York. He had offered a parallel amendment, but the one proposed by Rev. Michel, member of the Appropriations Committee, was called up first. Rep. Ryan stated that the lessons of recent history taught that leaving the matter to the discretion of the Executive Department was useless, and that the time for severing aid to Egypt was past due. In a meeting of Senators held in executive session. Secretary of | State Rusk, aided by Chairman J. W. Fulhright of the Senate For eign Relations Committee, made a plea for the defeat by Senate of' the amendment passed by the House Meeting with the hurriedly assembled Senators, Mr. Rusk said the amendment would "usurp'" the role of President Johnson in making foreign policy, Mr, Rusk sought to portra, Nasser in a more favorable light, and asked the Senators to consider the future of EgyptianAmerican relations. Chairman Fulbright. presided at the meeting and sironglv supported Mr Rusk's DO. sition. He said he would oppose the amendment, and thought policy toward Egypt was a matter for Executive Department discretion. A question of whether the Administration can muster enough Senate votes to defeat the antiNasser amendment loomed here this week, however, as S-it 0 r S took the floor to serve no'i: +ui they will not heed Mr. 9 ,#. pro-Egyptian appeal. Sen. Wayne Morse. Ore. > m oirat. said in a Senate spi he would support and fight .>r the House amendment The Senator stated that "when. Col N.I T pit in the eye of the United Nasser himself terminated •• \%i surplus commodity agrei Sen. Morse said that -. an ,,. aggression amendment lated into foreign aid 1. two years ago, if heeded the Executive Department, wo | havi already i>een applied bei Egyptian offense.-. An the Senator, Nasser's ins gressiott, and attacks on \ property proved that "th | demand tribute from the nitej Stalewill get away with Sen. Frank J. Lauschi uh,o Democrat, agreed that I %  must not permit United Sto flow to a nation "ala| \t .< in the face." He said Ar'-TKij assistance must be lemur prj n those "who tear down our tack our embassies and bu -. „~ our libraries." New V Slates Member Push An opening membership kick-off function for the new YMYWHA ol Greater Miami facility, at 8500 SW 8th St., will take place on Sunday afternoon beginning at 3 p.m., it was announced by Richard Brickman. membership chairman for the new "Y." The event has been planned for adults who are interested in learning about the facilities and pro-r;im ol the new "V. Brickman said. Several hundred people are expected to attend the program, which will include organized tours ol the 20-acre grounds of the new V" and a meeting at which the re plans of the "Y" will be preted. Working on the committee are Mr and Mrs. Richard Brickman. Mr and Mr-. Milton Balsam. Mr. MrA Budd Cutler, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Friedman. Mr. and Mrs Marvin Gillman, Mr and Mrs. Marshal] Harris. 1): and Mrs. Rich, anl Helfman, Mr and Mr.-. Alan Kornblum, Mr and Mrs Morris Li itt, Mr and Mrs Ronald Lev itt. Dr and MrHenry Lubow. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Luria and Mrs.. Joseph Mallah. Mr. Mrs. Barnett Robinson, Jr., and Mrs. Herschel Rosenthal. and Mrs. Michael Goodman, and Mrs. Norman Sand, Dr. Mrs. Ronald Shellow. Mr. and Howard Trinz and Mr. and Louis Wechsler. Mr. and Mr. Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Interfaith Day Scheduled Here An invitation to attend the annual Interfaith Day. co sponsored by the Federation of .Jewish Women and the Dade County Council Of Church Women, has been extend, ed to leaders of Jewish women's lUZations bj MrIrving Lehrman, Federation president. This sear's meeting was to take place at the Methodist Students (enter. University of Miami cam pus. on Thursday at 11 30 a.m. As in the past, a noon luncheon was to be served, and an outstanding program featuring prominent speakers was to highlight the annual interfaith activity. Investors! Register for Project Investments CHOICE OF PROJECTS "BUILD YOUR FUTURE TODAY" WITH THE PRODUCTS OF TOMORROW FUTURISTIC RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT LABORATORIES, INC. 811 N.W. 57th PI., Ft. 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I February-5, 1965 +Jewlsiincrktiar. Paq 3*3 que Highlights Soviet Bigotry YOHK—(JTA)—A bronze to the .). 000.000 suflerin^ .lews of Senjamin GaasmMI, respectively on ih' tacade of ;i syna-,the Soviet Union." niritual leader and president <>i %  cross the street from the The dedicatory ceremonies were the congregation, union's Mission to the I'niconflucteil at the synagogue, ConFollowing the ceremonies, a captions was dedicated here, gregation Zichron Ephraim, by pacity audience attended a pro1 ... i living monumenl Rabbi Arthur Schneider and Judge test meeting against So\ iel antiSemilisni in the synagogue\s sanctuary. Addresses were delivered by Gov. Nelson A Rockefeller, Mayor Robert F Wagner, U. S. Sen. Jacob K Javits and Hubert F Kennedy, Label A. Ka'z. national president ot the B'nal B nth. and Stanley Lowell, chairman ol the New York City Commission on HumajjJ^nli V' Rank Conferred Here Amony the 25 candidates-in-waiL Ing who received the rank i>t knight at the next regular in ing ot the George Gershwin Knights of Pythias Lodge held on Monday, 7:30 p.m.. al the Surt> Community Center, was Met r Chuck Hall __ 5*1-^*" %  m mm mu/ : ., m w %  ax •>. %  i %  %  >. vimiimnmm i**m*'f"m..'V 9 M_ B j a ^ J PEANUT JTOWBO (And for five full years, too!) .: SkippyTeanut Butter is entering its sixth year of certisays that Skippy fully satisfies the Jewis.i Laws. fied Kosher production underthe Rabbinical supervision You see, Skippy is peanuts-and in their uw*i ^preadof the Union of Orthodox Congregations. Regardless of able, edible form. That's why Skippy tastes exactly like what you may have heard about other peanut butters, the U.S. Grade #1 peanuts it's made from. That's also the (fl> on every jar of Skippy, Creamy or Chunk Style, why Skippy is America's largest-selling peanut butter. IF YOU LIKE PEANUTS, YOU'LL LIKE SKIPPY. KOSHER AND PARVE, ALWAYS!



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February 5, 1965 -Jewls* fhrrldinn Paqe 7-A Tiiereth Jacob Sisterhood Dessert ami coffee will be served al the Temple Tiiereth Jacob Sisterhood luncheon <>n Monda) at 11:30 a.m Games will lolluw. Temple Emanu-El's Breakfast Forum Committee at its initial meeting sets plans for the congregation's third annual Sunday morning lecture program which will take place on Feb. 14, 21 and 28. Standing (left to right) are Judqe Frederick Barad, Irving Schalzman, Abe Green, Nathan Schwartz. Mrs. Charles Rosenblatt, Mrs. Alexander Kogan, Mrs. Max Boderman, Herbert S. Shapiro, Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro, Oscar Rosenstrauch, and Morris Lapidus. tented are Samuel J. Halperin, chairman, and Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader. Breckfast Forum Series Resuming At Emanu-EI Joseph M Lipton. president of Temple Kmanu-Kl. announced that the congregation's Breakfast Forum Series will begin its third >ear ct lecture discussions with three of | the world's foremost religious authoriseas guest speakers. Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader ol the congregation, directs the series which has been received v ith great acclaim, and which will :igain be held on three consecutive Sunda) mornings. Feb. 14. 21. and :H. at 10:15 a.m., at the Temple's North Branch Building. and Dickens Ave. 77th St. will discuss "AsMIZRACHI TOURS TO Special PESACH and YOM ATZMAUT Tour April 13-May9,1965 *995 All inclusive price mcl.des • o wd trip flight via jet • Three strictly kosher meals per >v in first class hotels • Pesach in Jerusalem-Kings Hote' • Independence Day Celebration rds'and tickets • Stay at the new delune Deborah Hotel n Tel Av v rs throughout Israel • Travel w.tn • has sent ove %  ••. to Israel' Theme of the series is "The Challenges Confronting American Jewry." First session on Feb14 will present Dr. Robert Gordis, professor of Bible at the Jewish Theological Seminary of Closed Circuit TV At Temple Israel For Services A closed circuit television system has been installed a! Temple Israel ol Creater Miami. The sys teni is a lir-t" here. Purpose ol the closed circuit TV v ill be to assi-t in the accommodation of overflow services in I Temple Israel's main sanctuary. A system will enable worshippers in the Jacob H. Kaplan Chapel and the Eva and Joseph Richter Assembly Hall on the second floor of the Community House to participate directly in the main service. The television camera is equipped to otter a broad view f tht main sanctuary, as well aclose;.of the rabhi. cantor and ark. Spiritual leader of Temple Israel i i>r Joseph !< N.irot Jacob Born-1< m sen es as cantor America, who limitation." On Feb. 21. Dr Bernard Mandelbaum, provost of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, and associate professor in homi letics on the faculty of the Rabbinical Department, will continue the rtatne <>f the series In his discus-ion of 'Intermarriage." Concluding the aeries, Dr. Max Aril, vice chancellor ol the Seminary, will speak on "Spiritual Alienation Samuel J. Halperin is chairman of the Breakfast Forum Committee. Serving with him are Mrs. Leonard Abramson. Judge Frederick Barad. Mrs Max Boderman. Mrs. George Goldberg. Dr. and Mrs. Sherman Kaplan. Mrs. Alexander Kogan, Morris Lapidus, Dr. Herman R. Mecblowit/. Mr-. Murr.\ MaYisel, Abe Green. Mrs Charles Rosenblatt. Oscar Ko-enstrauch, Irving S c h a tz m a n Nathan Schwartz. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro. Michael Tames and Milton Sirkin. Beach Lodge Inducts Members Twenty-six new members of the frey Newman. George Kronen!." Miaiai Beach Lodge of B'nai B'nth Herbert L. Heiken. Theodore v.. were initiated at the lodge's monthTrushin and Schatzman. ly meeting last week at the Alj gicis Hotel. Initiated and indoctrinated, according W "President 'Gerald bebwartz, were Abe Aranoll. Murray Borenstein, Max Beck, Irwin Block. Morns Brafman, Hyman I r'enster, Simon Fisher, Michael M. Gerson. Isaac Goodman and Samuel Grayaon. Also Joseph H. Hallon. Louisj Hiraeh. Charles Kaauaaky. Ernest Klein. Harry M Kaplan. .Charles W. Iger, Melvyn Kes-ler, Allan E. Lipkin. Samuel I.evine and Sidney H Miller. Also Jacob Rus-o. Isadorc Rod man. Arnold Rossman, Banard Strull, M William Smith. Jacob Sieei. Benjamin Weinberg. Abe Weinberg and Abraham Weiss man. George Talianoft, attorney and past president of the Beach Lodge. gave an indoctrination address. Samuel Weiner. another past (president, is chairman of the Initiation Committee. Other members include past president.-. Jack Fink. Gershon Miller and Michael Sossin; vice president. Ed Levin: Sam Pascoe, Irving Schenfcer; and honorary life president, Irving Schatzman. Other pa.-t presidents of the Beach Lodge honored at the Wednesday meeting included Walter C. Kovner, Harry Zukernick, God SEND SPECIAL PASSOVER jCARE FOOD PARCELS i • i i i ISRAEL THRU United Hias Service : NOB profit Kosher •ov't. 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February 5, 1965 +Jenlsti Fhrldian Page 3-C MEMORIAL AWARD ESTABLISHED m Mercantile Division Wi\T "Offer Tribute ~~ To Late Leader Here Hadcrs uf the Mercantile Division will pay tribute to the ^Hmtliro|iic. civic ami industr> B\TIII>'III~ of the late Harold ^Kosworth through the estab^Kicni of a Memorial Award to ^B>rcscntcd at the annual In ^Hry CIA Luncheon on Feb. 25, ^Has announced by Joseph E ^H>kvice president and generpl merchandising manager of %  dine'-, and William S. Ruben. htive vice president and aging director of Jordan^Bsh. division co-chairmen. IJfce award honoring the late Mr. I',o-uorth. executive vice president and managing director flBo'-nan Marsh, will be an an nual presentation "dedicated to the individual in the mercantile industry whose humanitarian acCOBipli-hments embody the higheat traditions of service and dedication to the welfare of the indostr> and ot his fellow man." Bidieii. head of the committee. noted that Mr. Bosworth. during ^brars of service, had played SB integral role in the development n| Dade County and of the .retailing industry. In that time. ha also accepted leadership in high voluntary positions with the Miami Dade Chamber of Commerce, the Chamber's Better Business Division, and as a leading member of the Dade County Advisory Committee of the Florida Industrial Commission. "Mr. Bosworth gave impetus to his industry in support of Combined Jewish Appeal and the United Fund, as well as many other philanthropic and civic programs," Ruben explained. Ruben announced that the Har old B. Bosworth Memorial Committee will choose a recipient for the first award to be presented at the Mercantile Luncheon. The recipient will receive an engraved award and a large permanent plaque will be on display at the office of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, which will list the names of the annual Industry winner of the Bosworth Award. Serving with Ruben on the com mitlee are A. J. Alexander, honorary chairman of the Furniture Croup; Harry Mizrach, Apparel Croup chairman; Marvin Bransdorf. Shoe Group chairman; and Morris Rabinowitz, .' e w elry Croup chairman. Disadvantaged Jews Our Responsibility n a World of Need By ARTHUR S. ROSICHAN Executive Director Greater Miami Jewish Federation President Johnson's far reaching measures to fight poverty, go cial ills and educational made quacie.N have focused attention of American.-on the fact that in a period of high prosperity and miraculous technical advance. the disadvantaged are still with us and in great numbers. To the American Jews it may come as a surprise that there are %  till the disadvantaged among Jews because we have become a middle class community, and yet if one were to focus the purpose %  jfof the Combined Jewish Appeal. Wor to show its purpose in three words, you could call it the rc.spon-ilnlity of the •advantaged for the disadvantaged There are disadvantaged Jews • in our community, in our conn^ try. and all over the world. The daily task of helping those here Jwill never cease because our in";stitutioiis are here—whether it be i Jewish Family and Children's Service. Mount Sinai Hospital, or 4 WJ -T-"^" r *n~ fit *• From left to right at the first meeting of the Harold B. Bosworth Memorial Award Committee are the following Mercantile Industry ARTHUR S. ROSICHAH unceasing task the Jewish Home for the Aged. In every one of these institutions, the need for service far outstrips the staffs and the money made available to help the disadvantaged. Sometimes being disadvantage ed is not a matter of money There are other disadvantages. like physical handicaps; emotional illness; discord within families affecting children; a cultural lack Sitting as I do in the center ot the circle, getting calls continually from people who need help. and making referrals continual ly. I cannot help but wonder how many people are familiar with the words of Maimonides who said that ot all the kinds of phi lanthropy. the highest stage is where the donor does not know the recipient. 1 sometimes also wonder whether our preoccupation—particularly here in this area—with banquets, balls and dinners, has caused us to forget that the end result of philanthropy is to provide the largest number of dollars for all those hundreds of thousands of individuals who can look only to Jews for their help and for their support We have disadvantaged Jews in our midst—many more than the average person realizes. Talk to the members of boards, talk to the sr.cial workers who do the jobs, and find out how many teen agcrs need guidance; how many old people are lonely; how much marital discord there is; how many handicapped there are who need service; how many people live on a less than marginal income; how many young people need more instruction in their Judaism; and you will find that our agencies locally are serving many more in comparison to other communities in the United States. When one looks at the overseas picture, there are new dimensions. A continuing migration of Continued on Page 5-C leaders: Harry Mizrach. A. J. Alexander, Commi'tee Chairman William S. Ruben, Morris Rabinowitz, and Marvin Bransdorf. CAMPAIGN CHAIRMAN REPORTS ON TRIP TO ISRAEL We 11 Pay Back Everything,' United Jewish Appeal Told By DR. IRVING LEHRMAN 196S Campaign Chairman Combined Jewish Appeal "We'll pay back everything, everything you have given us to start a new life." This is what I was told by new immigrants I met during my recent 12-day tour of Israel and Europe made at the imitation of the I'nited Jewish Appeal. Mrs. Lehrman and I were fortunate to see the areas in Rome and Naples where people from countries all over the world wait to be transported to freedom in Israel. Here. JDC provides temporary housing, food, and con stant care and watchfulness prior to moving these people on to the final stage of a new life of freedom in Israel. The sense of pride and dignity of these people, who are made to feel at home, people from Ka-t and West awaiting welcome by the State of Israel, gave a meaning to our Combined Jewish Appeal that cannot be trans lated into mere words. Along the line, we saw people living in poor and temporary con ditions. but they knew that there would be a new tomorrow where they would be fully accepted c it izens Of the State of Israel Mrs. Lehrman and I went around the world in twelve days, It was delightful to go. and even more thrilling to return to our Combined Jewish Appeal camOff. IRVING UHRMAN the surface unscratched paign which in 1965 will play a vital part in settling and reset tling a record number of people in the State of Israel. From my personal observation, it is most remarkable to see a country like Israel absorb almost a million and a half people in its short history, highlighted by a record immigration of 250.000 people from all countries and all cultures in the last four years. In Israel, in France, in Italy, and the other places we visited, it was obvious we haven't even I,• %  gun to scratch the surface in meeting the world's needs for the I'nited Jewish Appeal and its agencies. It is easy for us to talk of people in terms of statistics, but when we see people as husbands and wives, parents and children, brothers and sisters. we arc talking not of statistics but of human beings to whom we owe a great debt as brothers. It is written in the Talmud that every Jew is responsible for every other Jew. Our Combined Jewish Appeal is our instrument for living up to this credo, both in our community and anywhere in the world where Jewish families need the help of those of us who have been blessed with good fortune. We are the richest, most pros. perous nation in the world, and yet we only provide one-third of the support needed by UJA and its agencies and by the people of Israel. The Israelis themselves, who have far less physical and natural resources and a much shorter history as an independent nation, provide two-thirds of the dollars necessary to resettle the immigrants brought to them by JDC from all parts of the world. Our trip indelibly impressed upon us that there were still large numbers of people living in cots and dormitories and temporary shelters in France—men. women and children being fed in groups from single kitchens, Continued on Page 9-C Younger men of 'he community who have been actively working with the Young Men's Division are taking key roles in every phase of the 1965 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign, and members of the group have been appointed to high campaign positions. Among activites in which they have taken part was the Uni'ed Jewish Appeal Goodwill Mission dinner at Westview Country Club at which Asher Ben-Natan, Israel Defense Minister, was guest speaker. Younq leaders of the community who have accepted important leadership roles in the 1965 CJA campaign are (left to right) Marshall S. Harris, co-chairman of Key Gifts; Daniel Neal Heller, chairman of New Gifts Development; Mr. Ben-Natan; Sam Luby Jr., Campaign Cabinet member; and Norton Pallot, co-chairman of the Trades and Professions Council.



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"-5| February S. 1985 >Je*viftfk>rHi,ir Vaqe 8-C i i pimen oi the Trades and Proiessions Council Norton Belt) and George Talianofi at a report meeting at the m Plaza, where 40 chairmen of Trade and Professional Divisions pledged to meet the quota of a minimum of 10 percent increase for the 1965 Combined Jewish ADpeal campaian. Trades end Professions is one of the most prominen* divisions B industry-wide events in order to do its part to meet thn over-all goal of SI.435,080 this year. How CJA Has Helped Continued from Page 2-C Nation.*; Foundation for Jewish Culture 750 Natin .ii Jewish Welfare Board 9.300 YIVO Institute for Jewish Research 350 I Community Relations Agencies $31,900 Ameru.m Jewish Committee 11.(100 Anti-l>t'i..m.iinui League of B'nai B'rith 11.000 Americ.ni Jewish Congress 4.950 Jewish Labor Committee I 250 Jewi.-li War Veterans 1.700 National Community Relations Advisor) Council 2.000 Total A,.'ir> Allocations $1,370,847 Combined Jewish Appeal (Fund-Raising and Collection Costs) 165.991 Does iCouncil of Jewish Federations and Welfare f Funds, and Large City Budgeting Conference) 12.325 Pro-raicd Share—General Assembly and 25th Anniversary Celebration 2.775 Reserve lor collection losses !>7.2ti!'> TOTAL $1,649,206 The Federation gratefully acknowledges receipt ol $267,571 in Jk 1964 tro.n the 1 inted Fund of Dade County. This grant is re fleeted ;ia portion of the allocation to the following agencies: Jewish Family and Children's Service !" Jewish Home for the Aged VM and VUllA oi Greater Miami FURNISHERS & INSTALLERS Inlaid Linoleum — Asphalt Tile Rubber Tile "EVERY INSTALLATION GUARANTEED "-Phone for Free Estimotrj 2465 N W. 76th STREET OX 6-3202 \ Bay-Bee Die-Dee Diaper Service r % % GRIMM MIAMI'S URST" An Exclusive Laundry tor Diapers and Baby Clothes 2111 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 9-5593 KiiXG'Fi^lSIl PLASTER CO. LIME • COLORED PLASTER Phone 635-4195 260 N.W. 27th Street Miami, Fla. • II O O I I "V %  • REPAIRS AND RE-ROOFING V 1731 N. MIAMI AVE. SINCE 1920 PALMER'S ROOFING PHONE FR 3-6244 BATTERIES for ALL AMERICAN and FOREIGN CARS Experts on Starter and Generator Repairs BATTERIES — GENERATORS — STARTERS i!l-Y<*l/r IIATTIUIY INC. SALES & SERVICE at Home or On the Road 1850 N W. 7th Avenue FR 9-3451 8345 S. Dixie Highway MO 1-5357 ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE FR 3-2666 — JE 8-0721 YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ANSWERED RITE MODERATE RATES 24-HOUR SERVICE — Serving — JEFFERSON HIGHLAND MURRAY UNION FRANKLIN PLAZA NEWTON Repayment Promised LJA Continued from Page 3-C reminiscent of the soup kitchen that fortunately we no longer sec in this country. In France and in Naples, families with only the clothes on their back and a tew dollars that they might have been allowed to take From then own country, were waiting for their final move to a new life. They lefi then countries with a maximum five days' notice, leaving behind every valuable possession. To them the road to freedom isn't the easiest road, but it is a glorious road. For Mr.Lchrman and me. the invitation from Moshe Sharett. former Prime Minister oi the State of Israel and chairman of the Jewish Agency, was an eye opening experience. It was one that we shall never forget because of the dignity Of the people : we met who said, "We don't want Jewish community through our teuerauon agencies It is a strong message, but it is a lifesaving message, and I urge that you once again do everything In your power to help Combined Jewish Appeal uo over the goal to help these men. women and children. "Tzedakah" is the greatest "mitzvah" in Jewish life, and I have every confidence that our Jewisn community will perform this in the tradition that has made our people great. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS, INC. 2148 NW. 10 AVE. FR 3-7180 Have your roof repaired now; you will fave on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" charity, we want .1 pa) you back loan VVc'l If ever we bad any doubts about the importance oi our work on behalf of Combined Jew i-li Appeal, this trip proved that we are not even, with SI.435.080. approaching the lifesaving work that must be done around the world and at the same time continue the building of our own WINDOW SPECIALISTS "SERVICE WE'RE PROUD OF'" Maintenance Inc. REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE OF ALL TYPES WINDOWS AND JALOUSIES Complete Stock of Replacement Parts 7400 N.E. 2nd AVENUE Miami. Fla. 33138 Phone 751-4584 ~v^-v^v^->^*v^~v^*<^ Qood uUustc IS powerfully influential on SOUTH FLORIDA'S flood JAusiC STATIONS AM-1080 KC NOW 10,000 WATTS FM 105.1 MC • 160,000 WATTS


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^esMva University's Dr. Belkin to Speak
At Reception in His Honor Here Feb. 23
Bel Belkin, president of
University, will speak at
recaption in his honor at the
: ontaWbli'.i" ''.it. on I .-li 2
Max J. Ktra. chairman of the
'.oard Of Tru.-tees of Yeshiva,
America's el versityun.l.i ,'ewi-h auspices, an
nouncrf the ;-ee'-plion tor I)r Bel-
kin. Etra al-o will serve as chair-,
man ttjt tin- reception at which;
J.cal. IMti"' ..I and Canadian lead
ers of the university will meet with
the Yeahiva president.
New in his 22nd year as head
of HHvuniversity, Or. Belkin is
a JleMnquir.hcd author, scholar
anal educator.
Yeattva University, in New York
City,'" ppovidos undergraduate and
profaMonal studies in the arts.
sciertces and Jewish learning learl-
ttng t*'18 different degrees and di-
*lome*. In addition to its exten-
sive teaching programs, the uni-
versity conducts a network of
community service agencies, a
widespread program of research.
and publishes several scholarly
jnornals
I'nder Dr. Belkin s leadership,
the university's enrollment has
. i own from 60O to 6.000; the fa-
cully from 9> to 1,200; the num-
ber of constituent schools trom 4
to 13; its annual operating budget
from S444.0OO to S29.5 million; and
physical facilities from one build-
ing in the Washington Heights sec
tion of Mahattan to four major
teaching centers in Manhattan
and the Bronx, with a valuation
of $43 million.
During his pioneering admin-
istration, the institution has be-
come a university, and estab-
lished a liberal arts college for
women and graduate schools of
medicine, social work, education
and sciencethe first of their
kind under Jewish sponsorship.
In 1961, on the occasion of its
75th anniversary, the university
launched a 10-year, $65 million
"Blueprint for the Sixties" de-
velopment program.
Dr. Belkin has brought to the
presidency a rich background of
scholarship acquired first in two
DR. SAMUtl BflKIN
traditional centers of Jewish learn-
ing in Europe and later in two of
America's great universitiesHar-
vard and Brown.
Dr. Belkin has been accorded
many honors and tributes, and has
i been singled out on many occasions
by groups represetig all denomi-
nations for his outstanding contri-
butions to American life. In June.
11959. he received an honorary de-
Rabbis Fear Federal Aid to Schools
Continued from Page 1-A
parochial schools. The resolution
on Federal aid to education stated;
"The religious school clearly
is established to serve the sec-
tarian purposes of the sponsor-
TAIMUDIC SEMINAR
OF THE AIR
"Daf Hashovua"
For the 11th Consecutive Veor
Miami Jewry will hove the oppor-
tunity of learning a page of the
Talmud, translated and explained
by
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state separation to require the
state to support religion. Fur-
thermore, we consider it ulti-
mately harmful to our religious
institutions to depend on state
funds for the furtherance of
their program."
The board also reiterated its op-
position to all public prayers and
Bible reading and to "any efforts
to amend the Constitution so as to
permit such practices and teach-
in:- in the public schools of our
land." The rabbis appealed to
the Federation of Jewish Philan-
thropies of Greatei New York to
Undertake a broader program of
Jewish education
The Board criticized the divorce
laws of New York State which
spicily adultery as the only
ground, and urged the State Legis
lature "to review and amend the
present laws in order to provide
for additional grounds for divorce
than is present!) permitted.
In a resolution on the plight 01
Soviet Jewry, the Board announ-
ced that it was "prepared and
eager" to send a supply of matzoh
for the Jews of the Soviet Union
if that country's leaders fail to
make facilities available locally to
satisfy the needs of the Jewish
community in time for Passover.
In another resolution on inter-
national affairs, the Board de-
nounced "the proclaimed policy
of the Bonn Government" to al-
low the West German statute of
limitations to take effect on
May 8, 1965 in the prosecution
of Naii war criminals.
Other resolutions condemned
the Arab boycott of Israel, and
called for thi suspension of aid to
Egypt in view of its anti-Amer-
ican policies. Rabbi Max Schenk,
of Brooklyn, was reelectcd presi-
dent ol the Board for the second
consecutive year
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FEBRUARY 5th, 6th, 7th
DEDICATION OF TWO ARK MEN0RAHS
By MR. JACOB J. LANSBURGH
February Sth at 8:30 P.M.
DEDICATION OF SYNAGOGUE MEZUZAH
By JACOB C. COHEN, FOUNDER
Sabbath Servcice February 6th at 8:30 P.M.
NEW SEFER TORAH DEDICATION
IN MEMORY OF RABBI DR. MEYER SAFRA
Guest Speaker: Rabbi Pinchas Teitz, Chief Rabbi of Eliiabeth, N.
Sunday, February 7th, 2 P.M.
RABBI TIB0R H. STERN OFFICIATING
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H*ry February 5, 1965 +Je*lst> ncrMiar Page 5-B Temple Ner Tamid will honor Mr. and Mrs. Michael Glazier and Mrs. Nathan Salomon during Friday evening services this wMk They will be cited for endowing part of the Ark in the main sanctuary. Left to righ'. are Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, spiritual leader, Mr. and Mrs. Glazier, Mrs. Salomon and Murray Shaw, president of Ner Tamid, who with Mrs. Shaw will hart tr e Oneg Shabbat in their honor. OUT Leaders To Meet Here Meetingof the National Field ExpaBM.'ii Committee of Women's American OUT will be held Feb. 4 and .'• jt the home of Mrs. Harry RosenbJ. t'. newly-elected member. Board C Directors. American OUT Federation, national vice president of Women's American OKT. and chairman of the National Field Expansion Committee for the Souther; area Attending will be committee member Mrs. Jack Bressler, Atlanta, Ga.; Mrs. Henry Pariser, Birmingham. Mich.; Mrs. Florence Kupperman. No. Bay Village; Mr*. M. rgaret Newman Steam, Bay Harbor Islands; and Mrs. Harry Becker, Detroit and Miami Beach, chairman of the National Field Expansion Committee for the Southwest. Purpose of the meetings is to discus.-plans for further expansion in the South New chapters were recently formed in Richmond. Va.. Houston. Tex.. Orlando, and last week the Southeastern Florida Region added a 17th chapter in the Harbor House apartment of Mrs. Eva Shapiro. Technion Women Slate Luncheon On Friday noon. Feb. 12, Miami Beach Chapter. Women's Division of Technion. will hold its mid-winter luncheon meeting at the DiLido Hotel. In addition to progress reports h> various chairmen, there will be a visual tour and narration given bj Mis Jay Dermer. who recently returned from several months in Israel. Mrs Nan Cohen is m charge of the program. Life members and trustees will be honored by Chairman Mrs. Trudy Hamer-chlag Hostess Committee is headed by MiDavid Pome. Ticket chairman is Mrs. Harry Platoff. Mrs. Milton Sirkin Is chapter president OLD FAVORITE &£& /Mi— Treat your family to a good Jewish meal! • Kasha makes the difference-real traditional ta'am. Hearty Kasha Soup. Or Kasha instead of potatoes or rice. How good It smells and tastes with pot roast, chicken or fish! i And as easy to make as chopping an onion and beating an •gg. So nutritious and economical, too. See traditional recipes on New Wolff's Package Miami Chapter of Hadassah Groups Meet for HMO and Music Programs Miami Chapter of Hadassah has scheduled meetings and events during the month of February. Chai Group will bold ;? general meeting on Monday at Tyler's Park Restaurant. Miami Gardens Dr. Breakfast will be served at 9:15 a.m. Dr. Morton Rosenberg will present a lecture and film on the new Dental School at the Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem founded by Alpha Omega. On Saturday. Feb. 13. 9 p.m.. Chai Group will hold a champagne party at the home of Mrs. Harriet Annis. Admission is one filled ''Eye Bank" which help to fight tiachoma. The anti-trachoma service in Jerusalem and environs, examines 10.000 toddlers and school children through its mobile unit which is maintained by the Medical Center staff as one of the preventive health services of the Center. %  • On Thursday. Albert Einstein Group was to hold a card party at Washington Federal at 12:30 p.m. Proceeds go to the Hadassah-Hehrew University Medical Center. Most of the important structures in the 21-ouilding complex are completed and in operation. The group will hold its Monday meeting at 12 noon at Washington Federal. No. Miami Beach Blvd. Miss Lita Quejado. a representative of the Miami Heart Fund, will speak on "The Heart." Highlighting Jewish Music Month. Menorah Group will feature Joan Field, internationally-known American concert violinist, at a meeting Monday. 12:30 p.m.. at Hillel House on the campus of the University ol Miami. Miss Field is a native born American who has made her home in Miami Beach for the past 12 years. She has appeared many times in this city, both in recital and as guest soloist with the University of Miami Symphony. Since 1959, she has made eight tours, of Europe, playing concerts. broadcasting and making records for Decca. Last year she played in Israel for the first time, appearing in recital, on "Kel Israel"' and spent the summer teaching at Hebrew Universin. This year she plans to return to Israel and participate in the formation and development of the Music Department at the Hebrew University, where a Joan Field Library of Music was established. Chairman of the Jewish Music Month program is Mrs. Victor Stern; program chairman. Mrs. Phil Abrams; and president, Mrs. Louis Bellin-Tinkler. Chaim Weizmann Group will hold its regular meeting on Monday, 8 p.m., at the Women's Pioneer Club. 250 NW North River Dr. Guest speaker will be Oscar Rappaport. His topic will be "Jewish Ethical Values." • Aviva Group will meet 10 a.m.. Monday, for a "Books. Bagels and Brunch" affair. A capsule review of new books by Jewish authors will be offered by Mrs. Harvey Friedman, and Mrs. Hyman Fried, man will give a cooking demonstration. Meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Norman Landau. 6750 SW 122nd St. A card party and luncheon for Hadassah Medical Center for members of Mt. Scopus Group will be held on Monday. 11:30 a.m., at Beth David Social Hall. Cantor Nico l-cldtnan will dis> CUSS "Jewish Music'" at the 8 p.m., Monday meeting of Naomi Group at Coral Gables Federal • • • Torah Group will have a hohliy show, bazaar and smorgasbord lunch at noon Monday at Coral Gables Women's Club. Saporitissimi!... Geshmakste! ...The tastiest! Whether you describe it in Italian, Jewish or English — this delicious spaghetti dinner from Chef Boy-Ar-Deeisjust about the tastiest this side of Mi hi no! 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5 1965 (bruary 5, 1965 ••Jewlst) fkrldrtir Perje 15-A • • %  %  %  Mt. Sinai Raises I Beth David Men's Club Nurses' Salaries ''"'"' l )av "' Men s nub win ,K,ve „, .... its montniv noarn meet in" oa A new ull-time "hmh in nurses .salaries at Mount Sinai Hospital Tuesday at 8 p.m. ^ was approved unanimously by its %  M*oand Of Trustees* at t meeting AH YOU IURE OF •* last week. YOUR YAHRZEIT DATE? Academy Senior High School for Girls ar Bass Museum accompanied by Mrs. John Kt. Shown is Prot Daniel N. Lawrence, lecirr.at the Bass Museum, explaining the picir •ntitled "Lot and his Family Leaving So .orc." by Peter Paul Rubens. Left to right are Prof. Lawrence, Mrs. Bass and rtudents of 'he school. Bonnie Sue Brody, Robin Zelkowitz. Sandra Ehrenreich, Toby Cavell, Sally Liebman, Dianne Matza. Marcia Ahman. and Carolyn Budnick. Teen-Age Tour to Israel Listed by Zionist Group Plans for eneouragintz greater numbers ot .lew ish youtli to visit Israel during the summer of 1965 ivefe>ennouiuid this week by the American "Zionist Youth Commission. d The Commiion plans to achieve his tar< i-b. \w publicizing its -rael Tmu lor Teen-Agers. a even-week • I icalional travel proam ir, i I >r is to 18-year-old = rench Nazis Ready' for Jews Centinud from Page 1-A 'ronchri! < %  flati'le Mi %  %  '. .. randson o' • famous French %  irtist Claud mot. ,,s tl\.> "Fueh 'IT" of I he i mm He Was i to have I \ cf a G r m a i n fax or "the ^ral ;: i i led stat in coi l • in< linl'' the Ku hts Part> nd Geoi v Lin< oln m in \. % %  i' >orn Ir e the •ause. hat h, >sini; lecel m rses tc other communities." "We are aiming al tha out-of-town nurse. said Abess. "who would like to cone to Miami Beach anil work, but who has beei reluctant u> c*.> so because at >arary scales. We al.-o wish to reward the com pet"i:i sbd loyal nursing staff h uh w** now have Thin free calendar w ill gi\ ej ou all Hebrew dates, equivalent Kn dates and day," ol i ht w cek 1943 to 19*37 M pejrr, yr„ .' / ,... ./• h holidays tu i'j?j' I This Calendar absolutely free to our readers. Mention name of publication when writing Send post-card or letter to. If. J. Heinz Co., Dept. J'2, Box 57. Pittsburgh. Pa. IS230. WE CAN PLAN INSURJkNC TO SUIT YOUI ^ COUNSELORS for well est Pocono Mt, compi ••• Pa., male & female, single W m. r ried, completing 2nd yr. college ot •tiare. Teachers pref for s'-v-ral outdoor, recreational or n'fc'-'V -.:..:.:.„. t"->.";rt II-.I, u u .,h:. 32 YEARS OF SUCCESSFUL INSURANCE PLANNING FOR HUNDREDS OF SATISFIED CLIENTS. & company 998 S.W. 1st St. • Miami Phone 379-7555 i IF YOU'RE LOOKING FOH A "BEST Bl V" .N HOMES YOU V Si FOUND IT! (100 D .v.. As uttie it $60 Mantn Serving V ami 15 Years. .ITMAN INSURANCE & R£Al ESTATf MO N.W. 8th AVE. Ph. 377-4655 We Handle Insurance of All Kinds CAMERAS DEVELOPING %  •reject >'S— Tap* Recorder! A.ES SERVICE RENTALS | STEVENS PICTURES 1 N.E. 2nd AVE PI 8-2010 MIAMI SHORES yi V** % %  .•. EVERY UAY



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Pag* lt>A *kt*tnrridfcir Friday. February 5, 1965 1 JWV Protests To Bonn Consul Commander Ainsltv R. PanUe, Department of Florida. Jewish War Veterans. KM written to Claire Mendel, consul of the German Federal Republic here, protesting WIPl eorteern oor thr-Konn Government's "failing to withdraw the passports of these scientist! emI •(! in the manufacture of the implements of war in Egypt and !''..• i.iilure t.> extend the statute oi limitations against the Vm war criminals Ferdie told Mr Mendel, who b'vaa .it 95s:! Harding Ave that "on -Mar L'l. at our quarterly meeting in Surfside. our organization will consider additional actions such as peaceful demonstration outside the consul s office and the publishing of a list Of products made in the country that you rep resent and their local agencies of distribution to our membership." Explained Ferdie: "We address our remarks to you not out of any personal animosity toward you but in the interest of calling to your attention of the government that you represent our position in this matter." Surfside Group Eyes Referendum a 6) raS| Leo Pfeiier. special counsel of American Jewish Congress, is shown with btcte Rep Robert Shevin, Bernard S. Mandler. chairman of the Commission on Law and Social Action of the South Florida Council, and former U.S. Sen. Harry P. Cain at a meeting of attorneys and judges of Dade County recently at the Dupon* Plaza Hotel. Pfefier spoke on recent developments in the United States Supreme Court relating to religion and state. Surfside Civic Association held %  .speeial open meeting Tuesday in the Council Room of Town Hall 00 the refunding bond referendum scheduled for Monday. Feb. 15. Featured was a panel discussit n. withfouncrtman Sidne\ Ktnj and Myron Zeientz speaking in fa vor of the referendom, and Councilman Louis Hoberman and Irv(Hg Solomon in opposition Surfside Civic Association has also announced a donation to the Surl-Bal Bay Library Newly-elected ollicers of the organization are Herman Grayson, president, Mrs Beatrice Ureisen. first vice president. Morris Finkel. second vice president. Nat Korbin. recording secretarx Mrs. Dorothy Rich, corresi>onding secretary; and Mrs. Marion Schwitzer, treasurer. Louis Katz, Andre" Herbert MendeJl, Mn nen, H. Cutter Na\l Winn. Max Spiro. Frat tin. Bernard M Joyce 1 lea ley. Greenfield, Raye TenSamson E Maraud Vrank Executive Committee includes, of Miami. Temple Sinoi Snterfatth Meet On Weonesoay evening. 8:15 pm. Temple Sinai Sisterhood will present its annual intertait! Tieeting Rev. ClUrftH R Bruce, if the White Temple, and Rabbi .amel it. Lewy will fXaeusa 'The Old >nd tlic New Bible." Music will be supplied by a 30-member choir Irotn the Northwestern High School French Exhibit Proves Jews' Anti-Nazi Stand PARIS— —With Repressive ercmonies .it w !i i c h President CharJei < %  *<• Gaulle was official!) represented bj a member ol his in 1, an exhibit pnn ing to the o Id om e and tor all 'hat .lews under the li.; < %  regime fought in organized resistance against Nazi in man) places, irwludmi; Berlin itself was opened here this v. eek Th" exhihil organised by the Memorial to the I'nknown Jewish Martyi and the Center lor Con tempi rary Jewish Studies has as sembled documents, official re ports and photographs from European countnenceupierl by the Germans during World War u. ineluding the Soviet Unreal, Poland, Bulgaria. Rumania, and Czechos ivakia. Another part of the ex hilut showed Jewish resistance against the enemj in pre-Israel Palestine. The three principal speakers at th* ceremonies were Jean Saintenny, Minister for War Veterans and the Victims of War, who represen'ed President de Gaulle Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the World Jewish Congress; and Walter Eytan, Israel Ambassador to France. As pn ddcntial guards in dress • rn ror la di anked M San tennj %  d rhe Jews, wii • i the iir-i in lh< %  oppose Hitler and the Nazi? firsl in Western Europe, then in occupied territories .if 'lie Fast They fought back. and at Warsaw, managed for six weeks |a hokl at bay the might ol the Wehrmacht Young people of France and elsewhere—never for •it those heroes!" Dr Goldmann, in his address, castigated the Allied Governments in power during the war for failng to react against Hitler's holocaust aimed at the Jews. "This cx• ftion." he said, "stands as an accusation against the democratic arions which did not take Nazism serioasl) enough They tried nothing to save even ;i small remnant if the victims. An entire generalion. .Ieu> and non-Jews alike, will stand charged by history with lack ol imagination, lack of foresight, and will power and. and above all. •i mil having reacted at a time v 'i< n such reaction could have rush <1 the Nazi evil at its origin." Be*h David USY Monthly Service Beth David USY will meet lor ;tmonthly south service and breakfast on Sunday. Teen-agers luct sen ice at 9 IS a m alter h thej have a breakfast in the il Hall and will be addressed r-t speaker i ilar meeting is icheduled 3 day at 7 IS pm Agenplans loi .i paper drhe <#-One good Seacoast Towers deserves another! Elegance. Luxury. Impeccable good taete. Every feature and convenience for gracious oceanfront living... at aurprisingly moderate rentals. Beautiful sequel to Seacoast Towers North, most popular Miami Beach rental apartment building of the decade. 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• 3-B •JewtitncrkHw Friday. Ptferacry 5, | H5 WOMAN OF THE WEEK it • ',, *',' Jjdi'h Mrs Be-njamn Gind) iin jr .it kind of an atmosph-nHtr %  | Youngerman. on* of Miami ouuianrhrig painters Judith -a born in Mew Ha%en. onn She had an -•' i aekground ir, %  I • I *rl\ childhood. Studying with a protege of Isadora Duncan Shr also paint • BH schools at intt-rAali among th-m Tyler Art vh'cJ. then the L'nnrrsty of Miami b-n hi-r family mo\*xj her* where she reserved her AB degr< i Juoith opened a studio to teach modern dance—in fact, 'he vat tt i Brat < OWMOt in that field on the Beach She met her futur< husband at a dance, where she decided to teach him to be c onn a better dancer But the sear' have rolled by and haven't found time for that yt Judith Bays that her family, her hu-band. daughter Deborah and 14-month-old Daniel come fir-t in her life People tend to think of artistic people II up in the clouds so Judith believe* she ifortunat' to have a real down-to-earth husband who tells hei to handle tht artand he will i • F of the Miath and ; eneral se iem r and an i I the children i qu< I Judith ii nol teaching amuch theae daya, return .1 much oi doing a*mucn choreography. Her Iber and huaband have encouraged her to develop her talent for sculpting Judith enjoys working with chlldrei i pecially her own Teaching dancing to them ia to mold the child ihe mold' clay she la to verj enthusiaaai of creative motion shha' caplured tl ol movement in hei sculptured figure d a i • i i Judith works ;n clay, but ialways eagei trj new material! One of her ii cast in fitx-r glaai Pre*' • she i%  ir. pliable metal In metal, she explain! the I. urei an Ihird-di >l because I pj ean '•I fron angle Modern dance and sculpture and with Judith. Preaently, sheia working on part o) .i mother-daughter exhibit which will be shown -I tl in il '.iove Playhouae Bui eve • and weekends finds the day undei co ei I...I-. .i word about modern dance The husband and papa an catered to Movies spectatoi sporta, relaxing are iiii. i ol tin da) The Gindys are bleaaed with a i|> ol clo %  friends who find interesting things to do, %  who .ii I>I.<' ord and ideas stimulating At present d 'ii ibeing coerced into learning to pla> cards So tar. i beei iccessful in warding oil that da) \ .i family the Gindys like to bike and explore when Debb) doean'l have to go to school, the) rent a camper, put Daniel in > portabed and away the) yei. The) find it diversification of teener) abounds in Florida, contrary %  o the opinion ol others it s hard to believe that Judith's creative fingen that capture m clay 'Inway a dancer moves HI apace can al o, with a quick turn, create for her camping famil) a regular meal over a campflre, FOREIGN MAIDS FOREIGN COUPLES ENOLlSH SPEAKING. FRENCH, SPANISH %100 S12S Per Month S20O-S2S0 Per Month NO LEGAL OBLIGATIONS — SHORT WAITING PERIOD DREXEL AGENCY JE 8-6533 Miss Kapner, Medical Student Exchange Vows Joyce Kapac en Ai! '" n l ~ K pper i • %  ,,;,•, held at the a ;' live at 31 lera Ct Parents an Mi and Mi • Kapner I and Mrs i;< Djan in Issenberg. Frarr ingtos Mass Attending the couple were the BB Join Kapner. and the bridegroom s brother. I hilip D'cnberg The bridal gown of silk organza reembroioered aleocofl lace applique wa' styled w.rh a Basque bodice with sabnna neckline, and elbow-lengtT sleeves The full. Door-length, 'kirt with velvet bow at th< sriitt and velvet trim down the front ended in a chapel train Now teaching in Miami, the bride ia graduate of Coral Gables High, and a graduate cum Laode. of the University of Florida, where %  III wa' a member of Alpha Y.\> silon F*hi Sorority and received the "Outstanding Senior" award. She served aFlorida Blue Ke> speaker, vice president of Lyceum Council, and was a vanity cheerleader. The bridegroom also graduated from Coral Gables Mieh. where ht was president of AZA. and the I'mvenit) of Florida Now a junior at the L'niverait) of Miami Medical Reinhards Tell Daughter's Troth Mr, and Mrs Norman Reinhard. 2221 SW 2nd Ave announce the igemetrt of their daaghter, Faith Susan, to Haiman Long ("le-in, 'on of Mr and Mrs Berry i lein, 330 NW 44th \\. A graduate of the Hebre emy, thefuture bride wa* pre' %  nted to the Israel Ambassador to the United States in 1962. She attendee! Miami High. thIniver sit) of Florida, and is now a slu•lent at Miami Dade Junior Col Her fiance also graduated from Miami High, attended the University 'if Florida and is an nlumnu•if theUniversity of Miami. The couple plans to be married or Ma) 2 Entertaining ORCHESTRA 'eefevtag "Tt#gy" Wl 7-8124 Spaci.lmng in WEDDINGS and BAR MITZVAHS LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTKACTING • UPAIKING Sarving Did* County Ova 7i •,. 1811 SW. 14th ST. HI6W4 r % l#Of //lf# % NI 6 0852 26SS SW 25th AVE. DOMESTIC MAIDS RESTAURANT & HOTEL HELP A-l EMPLOYMENT Ph. FR 9-8401 Jone Rifkin Eyes July Rites J -'. • Id Mem .' '• c Da-. .*• 1 R 1 t Mrs dence The %  SMMHHJ1 4 •-**. Pioneers Plan Meetings Here Pfasseer Von en's .plar.n.r-.. ... n Wedne%  '.. %  Park Lane Cafete; y v lira Miriam Help i duct the bnaim Mrs. Sorua Kand%  n member from -;-jk on "The Origu Music in Israel." Mr' Betty He* man will dt rr. t\pes Of Israei. J Mr ranny (-ib' of the Beba Ide announces a Ba. cheon on Monday. 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BO: r, February 5. 1965 knisWcf/rUtr Paae 11-B Pepsi-Cola Offers Exciting Prizes Six lucky people in the Miami area will be able to .spend two exciting weeks in Paris, France, and Brussels, Belgium, via Pepsi-Cola's ^famous JaCflll' contest, it was announcenby Herbert Paine, vice >resident and general manager, Pepsi-Cola Bottlers 01 Miami. Inc. All through February and to the middle of March. Miami aria residents will be able to play the exciting '"Famous Faces" game. Simply, consumers will be asked to identify nine faces of well-known screen personalities and complete the fourth line of a Pepsi Jingle. Entry blanks and pictures will appear in the Miami Herald and in every carton of Pepsi-Cola. Diet Pepsi-Cola. Teem, Patio Orange. Patio Crape, and Mountain Dew. In addition to the two-week European holiday, over 350 gift certificates, redeemable for merchandise at the Pepsi outlet indicated on the entry blank, plus 400 cases of Pepsi-Cola products, will be awarded. Following officers were installed recently at KeWf^'.h —el Congregation: First row (left to ri^h' are Jacob Sieqel, co-chairman, Board of Truf'.ees; Mi'.'on Kahn, treasurer; Louis Dub'in, pm dent; Joseph Nadler, vice president. Back row ioft to right) are Philip Weis.s, vice preside. Davd EisenstP'n, chairman. BonrH ni Truiteas; Cantor Abraham Seif; and Victor Schcnwettar, vice president. Alo elected (but no' shown 1 are Samuel Weiner, financial secretary; and Samuel C. Goldberq, recording secretary. Rabbi David Lehrfield conducted the installation ceremony. Asthmatic Child's Center Dedication Slated for Sunday Dei'.ati'in ceremonies of the new .•.-thniatu children's Founda tiua 1 sidential Treatment Center locaU at NK lfiSth St. and 18th Ave., \c> Miami Beach, will take place 'his Sunday alternoon at 'A p.m. Tic S6-bed S250.OO00 facility was receri completed as a prototype etpec:.!Iy designed and equipped to fri ide long-term care for intrassVh asthmatic children from all p?-:of the I'nited States and Canftcu It will accept children betweeri the ages >f 6 and 1G years. regaci.esni their race, color or creed \o fee will be charged lor any o; the MT\ ices rendered by the ( i el HVoh Renick, local newscast •r and vice president of WTVJ, wiN c-liver the main address of will be mare by Mayor Arthur Sny:< cf th; City of North Miami Beach: Mayor of Dade Con-,', Charles "Chuck" Hall; Dr. Nelsor Zivitz; and Samuel |f)lt-*r, president of the local flror. Dr I M Pi shkin, leader ..,*. ter's visiting chief medical consultant. Circuit Court Judge Harold B. Spaet will serve as master of ceremonies and introduce the speakers. Serving on the local foundation are. in addition to Seltzer, vice president. Mrs. William C. Hanford; treasurer. Albert Hochherg: secretary. Israel Friedman. Board members are Mayor Hall. Ben Zion G'naburg, Edward Lassman, Wil ham McDonald, vice mayor of \< rth Miami Beach, and Herbert S. Shapiro. Medical Board consists of Drs. Morton L. Hammond. James H. Putnam. Meyer B. Marks. Jack A. Rud ilph and Nelson Znit/ WCRLD FAMOUS CANTOR WILL CONDUCT BOTH SEDERS & JfflCIATE AT RELIGIOUS SERVICES THRU THE HOLIDAYS THE GEfTER'S NtWlY DECORATED CORAL REEF HOTEL ON THE OCEAN AT 36th STREET tA March 14 MI-MI BEACH DI£TRY LA*S AND SABBATH StrictlyObserved (20 o' 105 rooms) OTHER RATLS AVAILABLE SFECIAl RATES FOR BrrENDEO STAYS MS reams all with prlvtta bath and showtr Call Mr GEFTER MIAMI BEACH: JE 8-8631 April IS KOSHtR MIALS INCtUOEO %  • Chaise Leunttt • 21' TV t • Free Salt Parkins • Entertalnaaeat I • Wiener Roasts • Movies • Camas NiiMty I • Oranfe Julca Dally • Many Other Ftaturet Services Daily. Full Time Mashf Met) On Salt A Sugar Free Die's. No E.tra Chun Far SteeteChops Roasts. Poolsloe Snack Bar. <8> HEATED t AIR C0ND. (Ind. Conf. PRIVATt BtACH I POOl OUR DINING ROOM NOW OPEN F0r? THE flsf StASON UHDtR THE SAMt MANAGlMtNT FINEST KOSHER FOOD ROYAL PALM HOTEL 1545 COLLINS AVENUE Reservations: Phone JE 1-7381 CHAR-BROILED Sirloin Steck Dinner I CHICKEN $1.49 $!> FISH 1 I 1 BLACKAW RESTAURANT and LOUNGE W'tH DinnerPot.ito Baked or Trench Fried. A delightfully fr---h Tossed Green Salad wnth dressing or Cole Slaw, Mot C.at'lic Buttered French Bread. 17700 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH • 3622 CORAL WAY • CORAL GABLES (Across from Soars! OPEN FROM M B^BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl SAMMl SElTZEr? in the field ol allergy, and presil of Ih' National Vsthmatic hildren Foundation, will be on tenting the Foundation. HiPcshkin ill serve as the tVn3 SCHtCHIM S siinniv KOSHta jg CROMWELL ; Wllll ; 0tU • 'IIVAKUAtM • UHHAV iat**t! ,, Pioneei W u "^ v" 0 ,kl £"'CHAT e,ved diily. re' peison INCLUDES S I W *"*' STRICUY Mill %  7*1.. 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PARKING FACILITIES JEI-3987 MIAMI BEACH J^esfaurant IH.\\i:HS SERVED DAILY 4 P.M. to 10 P.M. |mst* .11 XK TERRACE HOTEL Catering Department • STARLIGHT BALLROOM -*• WEDDINGS a BAR MITZVAHS • BANQUETS STRICTLY KOSHER FACILITIES AVAILABLE UNDER SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIBOfi H STERN. CALL Miss Shirley, Catering Mgr FR 9-3792 L Continental -IBE Kosher Caterers • WEDDINGS a BAR MITZVAHS • BANQUETS UNLIMITED At Tour Homo, Hall or Synagogue Miami's Only "Shomer Shohoos" Restaurant Quality Par Excellence B393 BIRD ROAD. MIAMI Phone 226-1744 SAND-ELL KOSHER CATERERS Now in New Location! 1216 Normandy Dr., Normandy Isle 2 Hors d'Orviyrcs Supplied to Hotels & Individuals Whohtnle 8. Retail 4 t\V. MTZVAKS • WEOD.NGS • SOCIAL FUNCTIONS CaM Sol Weiss UN 6-6226 • Supervised o* P.obm M. Cohen J axi ROYAL HUNGARIAN "i&3 RESTAURANT 731 Washington Ave. J£im JE 8-5401 Elegonf Catering ror Bar Witrvohi, Wedd'nys, and ell Social Functions and CATERERS 940 71st ST. UN 6-6043 Specialists for Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs & Social Functions TRADITIONAL FRIDAY NIGHT DINNER $3.25 ItaLVigh Hotel Dining IKooin Under supervision of Pearl & Lou-Servinq the Ultimate in Fin* food 18th and Collins JE 8-2040 HAROLD PONT and IRV'N GORDON I.OEtDO.X ami l0\ I KOSHER CATERERS from hoi s d'oeuvres to a complete bufft 170 N.W. Sth ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 4-2655 Under the strict supervision of the United Kashi.is Asaociation of Greater Miam M 'K i "' M'NTY | Ph. 531-9182 ^Cl II.IM'.SI \\i \)f. 841 Washington Ave.



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Page 14B ^JmlstincrkHar Friday. February Ribbon-cuf ; ng ceremonies at the new synagoque of the Jewish Hrme f~r the £qed last Sunday. Left to right are Dr. Irving Lehrman, chairman. Home's Reliqious Committee, and Comb.ned Jewish Appeal campaiqn chairman; Dr. Max Aizt. vice chancellor, Jewish Theological Seminary, who was gueit speaker, Judae Irving Cypen. Home president; Louis Biesler. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Home vice presidents; and Stanley M. Beckerman, Home treasurer and chairman Budget Committee. Frances Faye At the Doral i ...•• %  nsins Fran : ; %  ... XU.e %  I •:, • %  ', [an I Quarter, i Ri\ii base H and i'n : %  ies in" own pofiti .in.I iirran-ii.. iv V. iiii ol !ri\ <• to nosti rites and some c urrent : 'i .11 %  .. %  %  .''.:' the 14 She will ii.backed bj Bai rj Brenton hiorchestra, ith Luis ^ .1 a and h:Latin Orchestra >up i n. "•..• dance tempos in a tropic %  • Islander's ORT Games Meetinq will follow the reg mi I 1 on meeting <>f the l.-l er's hapter, Women's American ORT >n Tuesdaj noon at the Hoti 1 1 oss ,cl ,1 !>•! presi Mrs .:. 1 k \ ivian is in caai FRANCIS fAYt College Students Vacationing Here 1' iiii--c -iintents arc returni to Miami Beach for their vacations 1 greater numbei acco*' ns t Ted Landesman, vice president ol thi Waldman r .1 ...i> an 1 I P to las) >< ar, Landesman said "collejee .tudents roamed ;ar and wide 1 their boiida) scat ."•.:year, the Waldman Hotel guested students from 18 colleges ir, the L'I Ii SI '• and I hi % %  for i'lie -. im rid 1 1 1 itj ol Miami Bea h em nil youi with %  seem 1 DOROTHY CARWEGfE CLASS in Personal Development for Women formin; now Call 445-6751 for information llorida institute, inc. <" BEN SAKS Manager I Fossett's Prescription Pharmacy \ HUNTIMGTON MEDICAL BUILDING < 168 S.E. S|RST STREET Phone FR 4-7691 i MIAMI, FLORIDA i One of* the largest and Most Complete Prescription 5 Pharmacies in the World < W E. FOSSETT, Founder 1 V^V^WAM'WA^'W'W'W'W^^'W^M'W^^VA^'VI 600 Attend Home Dedications Here More than 6(X) persons, inelud log outstanding communit) lead ers aM ode I the Iftth .1 >nua meeting and dedication cere monies al the Jewish Home foi ,.i Jai "t> \l \i vej 1 >i Max \r/! Stanlej M Beckerman, I.cui. U: sell 1 David B Fleeman Dr Irving Lehrman, Sam Resnick, Lawrence Silverman, Mi Silverman Mrs Ida All -i 1. .. the 1 rrtin assent 1 streamed through the ni u ., rime La rid S> na ogui .1 the <;i eaU r Mia mi \ ., \ 1 1 .1 1 ; Health Centei Judgi Cypen, in his presidentia report, set the keynote and theme 11. the meeting when he told the audience that the motto, 1 1 Home lor beginning again." was "no catch) slogan "It reflects our determination to transform Douglas Gardens into -i communit) in which thi beauty scope MIKI content of our programs of the buildings and grounds, thi and services, and the abilit) and integrit) ot our -tali all coalestt iu accord dignity and reaped 1 our residents Mid itimulali and motivate them in begin 11 ianew,' Judge Cypen declai ed >\ 1 have, bowev. r, but scrati h ed t osurface in Iraosiui muig 1)011^...11 1 nto a 1 liei apeu ic I'o.nn mi j \.i have [alien 101 ol I lie goals \.' havi sel • -ni ni cat r and n habilitatio 1 ai hm iia.nu eacan 1 • %  I!,' •. Meyer vice : 1 III." .,.!., %  I.I lit I also to the l nit 1 rsitj v,. .,, Ml 1 h 1 pn %  In his %  'i 11: on thi utati Ko FI %  lund rl %  I most Sl.QOO.tX 1 1 ; 1 nt< 1 : 1 tiai 1 1 • in 11 1 1 plus II' 1 alii d upon ,. who pled 1 '.'i Hi building cam pa ipn to pay 1 1 these pledges aquick)) .1pus -dili' As .1 result ol Mi \er 0 1 mai cash collection campaign prior to Jim al im 1. 11 ting, .IIIIIII-I al v .1paid b) aonoi n ihe 1 pled* 1 l hi Home plans u> n tuce iiumortgage b) ma amoun and thereb) lowei .tannual in ;<-i esl i hai ges 1 %  > So' u JWV Brothehood Meeting Slated A statewide Brotherhood pro _iain will be sponsored bj the I lartmcnl ol Florida Jewish War .. l rani in cooperation with the 'ultu.-al Committee "i the I it) oi s'orth Miami Beach on Sunda; eve 1 I eb 28, in the North Miami h Municipal Auditorium, ai Depa enl 1 man linslei R r'erdie Appointc l coordinati 1\al ion %  i i• • 1 I 1 mmitteeman 11 \ %  • iider .1 ; • %  mmai I A : 1 1 .'.,' %  ol the Dadi (Ountx Vet Ad i-m j Comn itti e Carmel Bake Shop Weil-Know Mr. and Mrs 1 ,• %  %  tbi ; „ %  originall) from Coleswat Hi" %  y who re •• %  nth migrated t" the United Matefrom HM \ Cuba, are already well-known in thiarea throusji thenCarmel 1 Bake shop at HI: Washington u. Tne> n:.\\ announce that the) have concluded mi arrangements v ith the Union of orthodox Con at ions ni America, alread) su perviaiag their Carmel Bakery 'This marks tinfir-t time in the history <>f Bade County thai a bakery will be under the Orthodox Union." the Abrahamdv etared. 19 ANNUAL MEETING £. DEDICATION CIRB*0Nl£= GR6ATEH MM *£AirH cewm gUn>^ ** %  Ribbon-cut' ng ceremonies at the entrance to the new G 1 Miami Auxiliary Health Center at the Jewish ii Aged last Sunday. Left to right are Sam Re: nil secretary: Mrs. Jack Ablin Mrs. Lawrence Silvi Mrs. Sol Silverman. president and honorary pn Auxiliary; Judae Irving Cypen. Home preside: I ". Altschuller, Au> ier; and Dav.d B I Ii president. "rreer Mian:ian Cited by Lcdc^e %  1 of Mi • I Man ol k'ear by I B nth I HO :-' %  1 I • \ 1,1 %  • ; ,.,1 I'nt el ston 1 'ted h.s : %  ntei aith and ons Some ol 1 %  T im %  1 :-! 11 .11 the Nation .1 • ,. I secreta L-iatl'JI • 1 %  I!;.mother \li I ei who ii\ es al I.n Miami. i~ pi liouxton ith li IIai d tl eir I 12 and David h< dr*. 1 %  ol Mr ai SUP -cl %  Man I 1 Miani 1 i'.i Hille'. Chipter Carmv:. Hillel Chai le I weckei • am %  YAHRTgrT f^PMCRiAL SERV.CSS in tribute 1o the Great /iibii and Scho'a: RABSi ABRAHAM KALMANCVVSTZ late Dean o' A1ir;er Yishha to takeplace at BE7H ISRAEL CONGRFGATI^ 711 W. 10 Stl • Miami Bei;h, Floi U SIHiDAY, FBSI:UARY 7.h it l CO P.M. Speakers: RABBI J05E.-H KAHANAMAN Oean of Ponivez Yashiva RABBI SKRAGE MDSHE KALMANOWITZ Dean o' Mirier Yeshiva RABBI PINCHAS M. TEITZ President o' the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of United States and Canada RAJBI JACOB COHEN Spring Valley, N.Y., Alumnus of Mirier Yeshiva Chairman: RABBI BEREL WE1N CANTOR ABRAHAM SEIF auill chant p*ayers The Public is Requested to Attend to Pay Tribute to the Late Great Ooan n 11 'r 0 'n 01 io IC e >t I)! I!l ^t P ai U



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Paqe 14-A *.k*lst fkrldiar Friday, February 5 ^gj 4$ We Were Spying: By ROB£RT E. SEGAL Challenge to Jews In Our Own Time ALARM OVER THE Inline ol ^ Judaism. nmsidrs 1 recenti) by lewish bodies as diaearati as Hie New York Federation of Reform Synagogues and tin Wei I Zionist Organization, have sent me beck In a new examination ol Kabbi lltaenl I (iorai.i statistic studded jnd opiaaen pursed new book an interfaith, interracial and interethnic marriages The Reform statement offers coovexsion to Judaiam as a eerohar) w isMermarriage and holds I'.imii.-e of enjox nieiit of tie lacto Judaism for th.t mate of an intermarriage willing to enter enthusiasticaii\ into the warmth of jewoh life, synagogue worship, and Jewish comniumly activities. For the World Tlionlsl Congress. Dr. Nalu.m Goldmann declared that when Jev s lose lhe mam basis of separate existence. Jewish survival faces .. threat greater than persecution, inquisition, po groms. and mass murder With a lower birth rate than most, if not all. I'ther people in the world, with an obvious weakening of family and leJiginun ties, and with the unlimited temptation ol modern, free, mobile society constant!) beckoning, American Jewish boys and girls are. of Bourse, running up a higher tail) oi intermarriattes than did their immigrant parents d grandparents Eiudeeee abounds, Attention to the accounts of marriages on the societ) pages ol newspaperin our metroiMililan centers. Wbexi CUl leges and universities nourish, offers a good index The increased number of conscientious Jewish youngsters who hunt for marriage ceremonies lo? i.no.-1-ii partners ol dttieienl laghs and the Ire njuene) with which intermarriage idiscussed at Jew.sii meetings are other signs ol the trend Kabhi (>i i iii preparing "intermarriage has sifted replies lo seme 5,oio questionnaire*, has louehed N.IM approximately al 60 ineti •iiioiini higher learning has talked with man) (listers pi '-'-. and rabbi.-, lias conducted a lap< recorded interviews with intermar partrn in considerable depth, and iia> ex grow :. ti a\ ailablc He notts that, for years, Jewish intermarriages were Una I run in only seven i aight percent lhal lb.Vv. *i reports the %  ... |; : .1, %  • ; • c 70 o'l Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Off the Record: By NATHAN ZIPRIN Our ^ iclclish Hoots ANNOUNCEMENT last week b\ the ** Yl\' institute for Jewish Research 4 >f the forthcoming publication ol a rthouaand-year history oi Ihc Yiddish '• aogunge and cf ^n English-Yiddish and %  Yiddish-English dictionary, the first b> r )r Max Weinreich and the second b) tit sen Pioi Uriel Weinreich, projected i cultural evenl deserving oi the dedi caled .iiii Uiii'i oi all segments >•' Amer nan Jewry Yiddis is an old and what is men a rich lot : Jews have nourished on its idiom, and in I that lent il elf lo mod eatnitj aining the ol uur .estra on ii 'i i' and I est of the f ol • i • ..i : to doors ol Yiddish 11 i II thi Reef' is • -in ti,i j of that interest at is the growing interest in Yiddish literature and authors al th< ci campuses tin ougl II Singet is I b< i age It would be pretentious to saj that Yiddish currentl) i, enjoying %  revival The stark tact is thai minority ton Dg the impact of the American mainstream. But a valui is no less i value because itappeal is a limited one Hail the millions not periebed, Yiddish toda> ini_ht have been the second language in Israel, as it eightbill) should Also, should the soviet Union relent In its suppression ol Jewish cultural life, it u conceivable that Yiddish could again income the language of most of its Jew I Unfortunately, few in our American Jewish common it> aie (a SB I Uar with the remarkable literal] achieve • ol our modern Yiddish writers, both in prose and in verse View of Jewish Mama Has Changed A YOON*-MAN mined GreenT ^ urg has written a funny book.' How to be a Jewish Mdin.i llei %  .IIol oee .lewish mama who was, d what .sh< thought el the Cm aii Reds She said. In ever) Ii.: e-i'.v tharc are omc trouble! makers" So the Jewish mamas) Oa'l knew much about baseball I recall in my childhood lieai j Yiddish Seng in which a man IOKI about his A fi The last line read, translated: She plays pia o on the iokshen inoodlesboard.' I'.o'.h of these types of Jewish mamas have lavgel) vanished. Today, there are Jewish mamas acquainted with baseball but do not know anything about the Iokshen' board. This past week, the New York Herald Tribune had a Story of an attempted holdup There was a woman customer in the store She grabbed the %  bug by thearm and tossed him to the floor She had come recently from Israel. She explained, "'We do this all the time in our Israel Army training." This is the new model of the Jewish mania Ma>be she shows the answer to the growing •ftrnftlom ctf attach* on Ttrnf-n* ln~the tSrsc'Vttfp* Woman is a good deal of a myater) i.. none) What is money? Economists hawcome with scores of definitions. The other day we leaded an Israel Bond conlerence. and thenwas dlscu.--.-Kin ni the subject They sold 585.000.0 worth ol i n ills in l!H>4 and that is (pule a bit nione> One of the delegates defined moncj stored up BBergy:" whereupon he was challenge by Sam Rothberg. the national chairman ol i Lund campaign. "Your definition of money \& wrong." said Rothberg. The best definition, be .->.. was that of Mendel Mai'an/: "Money is a kind disease which those who have it don't hk. spread." Nalutm Sokolow used to tell about his "rebbi Ifenasse Cutler He was a saintly man who km noihing whatever about money. His wile was businesswoman and he sat all day and pored the Hebrew nooks One day, the rabbi was i-aUt to a "Ix'th din," .11 bitr.ition piocccdin: and •> conclusion was offered a few rubles •What is that'.' he queried. "It's money, was told, "give to your wife. She will know wl to do with it You can get fish with it." Copifol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Israel-U.S. Relations Normalize Washington | ARE ISRAEL-Ameruan relations nor%  ^ i ... Lies' in i. II pe'nl whenspecie' s-.o-i lor Israel is no longer need i .. %  (he White House Presidenl Jobn-I sen apparenU) leel* Ibis lo be the case Tin President mainl) concerned I --i considerations and the InuldinHCi ..' .sot 'i t\ ." is cautiously] iHiiiiin. foreign controversies TinWhite House will not designate a new .lewish ad\ soi Myer Feldman Mr Feldman. special %  t!i. President, recentl) resigned Israeli ; Ii \. i'I now be handled b) the State Department with out the watchful eye of Mr Feldman Israel polity questions will be grouped with olki world problems b) Presidential adviei McGeorge n \ olo J ii.;.' i' hoped tbut t Pn v %  even i r the nation I had inm. ated years checking | i nd positioi papers on Ihe Middli i .-; li.-p. rtment Ulbough di : %  .-. udvisol '. House to normakze israel-Ainericai leia %  -. %  n ii si ihc next crisis finds Stati Department ifficere again eek This was the past patti rn il itinn a< K 'i.iestablishment i i Israel During the Truman Administration accordii lo ii.i-x Truman's own words, the Department sought sys ten..,in ally to sabotage Israel in favor ol the Vrabs 'I'm vva> sD distrustful of the Department, that hi asked that duplicate copies of all reports from 'he I S. Emhass) in Tel A-i\ be sent direct!) to the White House "iin passing years, the State Department rob became more subtle. During Ihe Eisenhower Almimstra nun ihe Department characterised its Near Eastern pol icy as oi iipartial friendship This inve I -hip for Nasser's Ku>pt but certainly no 'pa ward Israel The Department tended to and put on Israel. Maxwell Rabb served .i> President I-'.i-' i I visei oi Ii i ah matters and ,isecretar) ol ihc %  But il little evidence thai Presidenl EIM-J heeded tin adviee of Mr Rabb The man who > %  shot.-on Israel as Secretar) of State John I Mi Feldman enjoyed an entirel) different ship with Presidents Kenad) and Johnson In I year of lh< Ke-nnedy Administration, di to Israel mounted to a level three times as in-.: tin l.;s nhowei 'i i An Arab ml some State Departmenl elements, feared b as dangerous t" Iheir secunt) was gjuickl) n White House l 11 lions in authorizing tbe sale ol Hawk • :! %  The Ira lsra< U by the Wl II I Vie .1 : %  natu n. A few new i %  IICI til .nis for i toll e of the Joi dan River walei Presidtnt Johnson's invitation t" Israi istei Eshki i .I~I June was ol monumental uni marked Ihi nisi official stale usvitetion l< ar Ic-.idei 'I In Presidopt re-marked that "back dool mac) "a" no longer necessary. The Presidenl reassurances on Israels defense requirements A bold new concept in nuclear desalting ol was advanced b) Johnson it bee a ma kao> Plan" and involved Israel-Amaiican soient f < i aiion Pnliminary work U now undei wa) i >bs ur 1 irer m .ore Tei Plai numb< Israel iver.5 \meri ion. j The (hist srael e-\ en i ram %  Re • •ren :ran u-tist i-r" He iorn f 'aue hat 1 eclaration a i •) ncans espi cial I) UM > mn .. %  i i ..i i • .. lin b takes WHIM rai ted, it ma) seem I ngi that such a declaration has to be adopted Ihc I \ But tbe fact %  lhal in mar.) Ihe -.v. rid. woman is not onl) denied Ihe righl to — she is denied almost all rights except (he privilege of bearing children and working for the welfare of the male. Throughout the Middle Mast as indeed, in too man) other sections ef the underdevi loped countries oi the world the woman is -till the beast of burden while the malenili Thirty live governments have made proposals to Ihe IN lor improvement of the lot ol woman vHiistandin--! among the 35 is Israel In a meiuoi ai.eiuni to the United Nations, submitted at the re -. i.... .... I il -, i i ursts i.aw bei %  i O ( onunuait) i • rale i'i womei ...uiiieand attempting lo fn ii al rob u hat Israel < i 10 repo i i a.isi it iso Wflll known l.i .i.i -.: lhal and loda) s Israeli hMtbears •ancient i nies have aluays considered • %  equal Some la) whin enough knowlcdj,!about realit -• Israel and general Jewish hie ami I tor) j the Arab Curtain, millionol in the \ • ..ends iua> start wondering geverni and then culture. Still discrinn against niojters A>U\ daugbtAri Ihe Arab woi who carrici -the hcavv load, while her husband rut ina.-teriul.v wn the donkey. ma\ tait deinain something i ke tbe equality of the woman in Israi



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rage 6-A *Jelst iicrldUar Friday, February 5. 1%5 Forget Lavon Affair, Eshkot Urges TEL AVIV—(JTA)—Prime Minused an unaccustomed emotional I-UT Leri Eslikol appealed "to all lone *.*,<.„ he toW the cohering parties concerned" to "leave the Lavon Affair alone" and drop that issue, over which he resigned jrhm the Government recently, re sihrrlng the Premiership only when he obtained full support for his ~.v_'rt'ement on the matter with former -Prime Minister David Ben. t.nilon. Addres-inu a faction of his Ma j ;.i Party, composed of Israelis in t He academic iield. Mr. Eshkol that no one ever informed him he wonld hr expected to reopen the Lavon affair when he assumed the post of Prime Minister. He noted that neither of his two predecessors in that post—Mr. Ben-Gurion or Moshe Sharett—"did so when in office." "There if oeh • thing as morality among friends," he declared. "I should have been told beforehand that I would %  expected to 4m whit others did not do." In his opinion, the Premier added, "the maiority of the people in the nation does net wan* a reopening of the Lavon ff*tr." Dnrins the discussion period, when members of his audience pointed to the "enduring' influence" of Mr. Ben-Gurion on many members of Mapai. Mr. Eshkol reAsked whether Pinhas Lavon'i formation of his independent p litical group, \fin Hayesod, woulrj affect Mapai's plans for realign plied: "We should be able to put ment with Ahdut Avodan. Mr Ess a stop to the biggest myth of all. kol said that development WOUM There were cases in which our have no negative,.effect. \hdut movement did reject Ben-Gurion's' understands that there i no p| ac position, and he accepted our rulf or deserters in such an align insr." i ment." he said. Zamora Elects Ainslee Ferdie AINSLIC FCHDIl Ainslee R. Ferdie has been elected president of Temple Zamora for 1965. The 34 year-old Coral Gables attorney is presently state commander and national legislative couffiver of the Jewish War Veteran-; president, Greater Miami BBVO Board of Directors; vice president. South Florida Council ol B'nai B'rith Lodge-; and vice chairman, Dade County I rban Renewal Agency. He is secretary of the Junior Section of the Inter-American Bar Association; vice president, Miami Multiple Sclerosis Association; and on the board of directors of the Coral Gables Optimist Ctub, Coral Gables Citizens Committee, Dade County Young Democartic Club and Dade County's Economic Opportunity program. Stanley Silvern was reelected first vice president. He is a member of the South Miami Toastmaster's Club and a graduate engineer. Mrs. Silvern was elected re%  llllililll secretary. Col. Harold Stiuman. IS Army retired, us* elected second vice president. Col. 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Pag* 10-A >kl*tnrriJ*}r Friday. Ftdwiaswj 5. 1965 I 1 < r JWV Protests To Bonn Consul Commander Ainslee R. Ke,rdJe. Department of Florida. Jewish War Veterans hawritten to Claire Mendel, consul of the German Federal Republic here, protesting %  jvvvs eoneern ovw ttre--Bonn Government's "failing to withdraw the pas-ports of those scientists employed in the manufacture of the implements of war in Egypt and the failure to extend the statute ol limitations against the Nazi war criminals Ferdie told Mr Mendel, who ttvtja at 955:! Harding \\e that on Mar 21, at our quarterly meeting in Surfside. our organization will consider additional actions such as peaceful demonstration outside the consul's office and the publishing of a list of products made in the country that you rep resent and their local agenctes o( distribution to our membership.'" Fvplained Ferdie: "We address our remarks to you not out of any personal animosity toward you but in the interest of calling to your attention of the government that you represent our position in this matter." Surfside Group Eyes Referendum Leo Pfetier, special counsel of American Jewish Congress, is shown with btcte Rep Robert Shevin, Bernard S. Mandler. chairman of the Commission on Law and Social Action of the South Florida Council, and former U.S. Sen. Harry P. Cain at a meeting of attorneys and judges of Dade County recently at the Dupon* Plaza Hotel. Pfefler spoke on recent developments in the United States Supreme Court relating to religion and stale. r „ Surfside Civic Association held V ".special open meeting Tuesday in the Council Room of Town Hall or. the refunding bond referendum scheduled for Monday. Fob 15. Featured was a panel discussion, with €mincrtmnn Sidnej Km.: and Myron Zeieiitz speaking in fa vor of the referendom, and Councilman Louis Hoberman and Irv in-j Solomon in opposition Surfside Civic Association has also announced a donation to the Surl Bal Bay Library Newl>-elect erf officers of the organization are Herman Crayson. president; Mrs. Beatrice Dreisen, first vice president: Morris Finkel. second vice president; Nat Korhin. recording secretary. Mrs Dorothy Rich, corresi>onding secretary; and Mrs. Marion Sclrwitzer. treasurer. Executive Committee includes Louis Katz, Andrew Greenfield, Herbert MendeJl, Mra^Ray* TenII Ciister ^iv ^fcj Samson Winn, Max Spiro. Framj E Mariin. Rernard M Jo>ce and*.Frank i lea ley. French Exhibit Proves Jews' Anti-Nazi Stand i' \KIS -1 JTAI— With Rnpressive ceremonies at w !i i c h President Chorlesde Gaulle was official!) i presented bj a member oi his %  abinet, an exhibit proving to the '(i i c %  and (Or all 'hat Jew s uador the li.i.e;regime fought in organized resisurace against \.I/I sm in man) places, including Ber tin "as '>i>Ted here this eek Th" evhihif organized b) the Memorial t.> the Cnknown Jewish Martyi and the Center for Con p< rar) Jewish Studies, has as seirrt > led documents, official re an;! photographs from Hum ne;.n countrie-m-cupied by the German-, during World War 11. including the Soviet I'nion. Poland. Bulgaria, Rumania and Czecfcov >vakia Another part of the exhibit showed i"wish resistance against the enemj in pre Israel Palestine. The rhrae principal speakers at the c*rmonits wor Jean Saintanny, Minister for War Veterans and the Victims of War, who represented President da Gaulle; Dr. Nahom Goldmann, president of the World Jewish Conqress; and Walter Eytan, Israel Ambassador to France. \^ pri iidcntial guards in dress uniform, swords drawn, flanked d 'The C tile hrsl Hitler Mic \../ifirst m Western Europe, then in occupied territories of the Fast They fonht back. anil at Warsaw, managed for six weikv to hold at bay the mi.ht ol ihe Wehrmacht Young people Of France ami elsewhere—never forget those heroes'" I)r Goldmann, in his address, castigated the Allied Governmentr |"iwer during the war for fail ng t.p react against Hitler's holo: aimed at the .tew'Thiex ition." he said, 'stands as an accusation against the democratic ations which did not take Nazism serioosl) enough They tried nothing to >a\c even a -mall remnant it the victims An entire generation, ,lcu. and non-Jews alike, will stand charged by history with lack ol imagination, lack of foresight. and w. power and. and above all. f r not having reacted at a time v 'i. n such reaction could have • rush (I the Nazi evil at its origin.'" 3K One good Seacoast Towers deserves another! 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Charles R Bruce, if the White Temple, and Rabbi .>aniel M Le>wy will discuss "The Old and Uie New Bible. Music will be tupplled by a ^member choir roin the Northwestern Hih School ol Miami. Beth David USY Monthly Service Beth David USY will meet for month!) >outh service and I teakfasl on Sunda) Teen-a^ei> conduct sei \ ire at 9 15 am after which the) have a breakfast in the ] Mall and w ill he addressed if peaker ilar meeting ii scheduled foi Su Ida) at 7 IS p m A. • plans loi ., paper dn\ e ince IMM ^farlborough ft ouse Miami Beach's Only OCEMRONT coHoomnm IMMEDIATE OCCUMHCY Magnificent 1-bedroom, 1-bath and 2-bedroom, 2-bath apartment homes • Private swimming pool snd ocean beach • Central ait conditioning (individually controlled) • Free enclosed parking • Private tei races • Maid service available • Privats card roam MARLBOROUGH HOUSE is located on the oceanfront in the fashionable fifties. ..within moments of snopping. restaurants and theatre*. 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Friday. February 5. 1965 +U*IU Ihsidku Page 3 %  ?. ^ Rabbi Irving Miller to be Guest of Honor At Zionist Organization Lunch Feb. 10 fOR RUAJID SJORY Sit $fC. 8 Rbbi Irving Miller spiritual •-.• by Or Hahiun Goldmann and k-ader "i oni legation 5< r oi Is the late Dr Stephen s wise t<> a> -,.l Woodmere N.Y., and im.ume the post ol secretary-general • ediate past chairman "i the ol ih World Jewish Coagr.es American Eionist Council, will t>. thai capacity, be conducted -I honor at ;i luncheon i .'.onfor niati.v months during 'i the Miami Bench Di iota with .ill the Aliuii govern iricl ol the Zionial Organization "t nents in exile in London "" post America al noon on Wednesdaj at wat Jewish problems A ;i result be Riti Plata Hotel il these negotiations, he The luncheon ia being held to anted chairman oi the Posl War ielcoroi SOA del* it* tr m %  Commission ol the American Jew rtiled States and Canada to Mi-li Congress jt the peace confer ml .i adi am > <>t Ute !*••'> HIIH. i i .il inaugural ceoferenoe lor Israel Beodi The IOA is partii I i.*unK m th^' co n te ren oe, which Mill Inheld Kel> ].i ic. 2J at the FonlnUMbaMU Hotel In help launch i .in international Male .i cam iwijjn lor the sale ol SlOO.OUO.OOO II UraoJ Bonds during the coming vrar Rabbi Miller, who will discuss the latest political and economic developments in Israel, has been active in American and Jewish affairs for more than three decades. %  in'.it Versailles in Ihe summer >l 1946 As chairman of the Executive Committee of the American Jewish Congress between 1944 and 194*. Rabbi Miller created, with the late Kurt Cewin, a Commission en Community interrelations; and with the late Or. Ale ander Pekelis. the Commission on Law and Social Action. Vice President Humphrey to Speak At Israel Bond Inaugural Confab in addition to luactivities on 'ininternational scene, Rabin Miller h;ipioneered in the field ol lewish education in thi-. country. Over M years ago, he founded th
> Eldsvn id J. Gardner -lute band director. <>n A dnesda' \ ei ins Continued from Page IA Israel Bond Organization, Is sen ing as chair-man ol the inaugural conference Co-chairmen an Louis li t;,.\ at 'i Angeles, 1 itair man oi the Board oi Oovi rnors and Ira Guilden, ol New York City, national chairman ol Israel Bonds The initial session oi the con i. rence will be .1 luncheon featur oiere showing ot the Givenchj Israel Fashion Collec lion Sponsored bj the Women's IDivi&ion ui the Israel Bond Organization, the luncheon will !• lu-ld at ihe Fontainebleau on Friday, Eeb 19 with Mrs Jan Peerce, National Women's Division choir man. presiding. Miss Bess Myer son. popular television star. vwll provide the la.slnon commentary A dinner for officers and com munity chairmen of the Israel Bond Organization will be held on Saturday evening. Plans will be mapped for the successful launching of the IMS Israel Bond drive on an international scale at this session of the conference. The final event oi the con ence on Sundaj evening "ill pi tribute to sir Isaac Wolfson, i oi the outstanding personalitie British public life From modest beginnings as a salesman in rural Si otland, he has built up Ihe G I imei -.1] Stores Ltd as the li • retail operati I ngland For many years Sir Isaac h %  been prominently identified with .1 wide varietj ol civic and coi nunal endeavors, and has bee foremost supporter oi the Stab Israel Mine its establishment yfi&pPSe eWiCt PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS fASHIOM CIHUR Of THI SOOTM Lj'?f>t Selection in L.iteit Styl<- for Men and Aomw FREE PARKING SPACE IN REAR CONVENIENT TO BUSES 728 LINCOLN ROAD (On the Malll Phone JE 8-0749 Ocul.it*' Prec. .ptiont Filled CONTACT LENSES MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT 104 N.E. 1st STREET • PHONE 373-8432 ESCROWS • ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE fit A DIVISION or inekiean TITLE Students Take !" Part in Service A* Temple Sinai .1". -.'I cwill be : tt. h >tne %  l;n Mean %  ;. WJiU %  } Il Purtno). aim, Paul ihonia? and Ren M r :n r will I • %  ihe i integrated Bible ami Hetud) BOUTSe lor aduiti. will Monda) ••' f 3o p m '~ycr '*3W *s'"r sir BETH DIN OFFICE AB8I DR. TIBOR H STERN 15'? WatKington Ave. Miomi Rih JE 1-1969 534-0271 -. AWlnOSIZCO (if-itm r CN/TH Oval r HEARING AIDS $50 to $285 letelia an Muhn \ Ijlrerie. — Mv. STANLEY GOULD 1231 Lincoln Read i' '• *" Te*-TrHt-trUU-treu PtiOHt •• &f '• RAT PROOFING A Specialty RfGUlAR PfST COMTffOt fOR I HI HO*1f AM* BilUNISS HM INSPECTION TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATORS Tel. FR 7-1411 600 N.W. 7th AVE "V The Repairman is a specialist ...and so is Dade Federal The Repairman makti it look so easy remove a few bolts, replace a part, make an adjustment here and there, and presto, it's back in working order. You could have done that yourself! Or could you? Your repairman'^ knowledge makes him the valuable specialist he is His years of experience and study help him keep our mechanized world running. Dade Federal acoeplH savings and invests in sound first mortgage home loans t 'avers earn dividends, borrow era can buy, build, i tfmauue or lemodei home* The job of BBOing that all phases of our operations are i u lining smoothlj alao takes yearn of sp-. i.i...•. .1 training hlaj we show you the advantugt H of di'ing liusim s \\.;:. an ..sso. ..in 'ii wbii lions safe'.y and %  Accounts apin>.d oi lunds oddd to occotin's on or b'iore 2Zn4 ol Fcbru'ir* *ill corn dividci.ds It jm Ihe III. 6 Citmieit Ollias Sam Mi Canty Ma.n Office: 101 Eat! Flajler SI. / AlUpattah Bianch: 1400 N.W. 36th St. / North Miami Bianch 1200 N.W ;ih Awe. Tamumi Branch; 1W1 S.W. M SL, KaedaH Bunch: U.S. 1 J.W. 104lh Si. EOison Center Bianch b800 N.W. ;th Ae. OUR RESOURCES EXCEED SIS MILLION DOLLARS 3



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•February 5. 1965 vjmlsli Fk>rklar> Page 5-C 1 o. Dade Temples In Pledge to Assist ^Combined Appeal %  JT," newe t area of participaL in Ihe L965 Combined JewHi Appeal, North Dade County K<.. <: and Synagogues, has to et a | t K H Ihe 190") campaign, CJA chairHen Dr. Irving Lehrman ^Hwced. Headers ol N irth Dade syna[Agues and their rabbis and presJBent> are giving their complete ^ %  operation toward the North ^hilc ''JA campaign, which will ^k highlighted by a communityHide dinner in mid-March, it was Announced by Irving Seidel, volunteer coordinator •Presidents and rabbis were Bicsts of Rabbi and Mrs Max H. i ipschitz, of Beth Torab, for a | inning dinner at their home. Ah' pli not only to meet fiii so to bring many HPV upi e Into the CJA V n the North Dade com s^Bii n.ly lli I. %  .. man, spiritual li of Emanu El and 1965 g hairman, toUl the CJA at' ai by i rin %  a Idltional suppoi t and % %  • %  iti ibutors to Ihe < i ni bined Jewish Appeal. %  li i. \ ii..1 that all areas in the here Combined Jewish Ap pi al a id i' 'deratii n ag< n< ies provide services to members ol lamilies, including the sick, the aged and handicapped, share in support ol our primary Jewish philanthropy, which helps to mak ir communitj a better one in which to wrk an to live," Rabbi Lehrman staled Congregations and thenrabbis and presidents who pledged their full cooperation to the North Dade program include Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz and President Richard Sneider, ol Beth Torah Congregation; Rabbi liar old Pichter and President Bertram Levy, ol i: nai Raphael C • %  ation. Rabl i Jonah I "npl in and Pn lenl Joseph Lie Temple \da! licbai ni % %  in i Leading rabbis and presidents of North Dade Synagogues aather at the home ol Rabbi and Mrs. Max A. Lipschitz ftr a dinner meeting at which North Dade participation i-i the Combined Jewish Appeal was discussed. Dr. Irvnan, i2b5 CJA chahman, was guest Ihe meeting Lefl In right are Preside;;! lichard E. Marcoj Congregation,, Rabbi SherI '.v. tec i V mite ward in Service • • > id f I II P age %  le i ici Bcr. %  ni !i i thanks Bo tin' additional support Succi si ful programs that i i in'i '"'i, • il during the year, and Wil' be expanded bj the "Y" and hs iii HI. IKare t n< %  Young Mar -rie.N group; the stimulating and iuice-.sful "Prime ol Life'" se rics lor adults: and increased programs for senior citizens, Including the introduction of a choral group, Jewish Vocational Service Inauguration ol a long-awaited pro-ram ol career guidance for teen-agers and young adults, is the most important new aid given to Jewish Vocational Service through this agency's increased Federation allocation. Introduction of this badly needed career program to help teen-agers and young adults make the necessary vocational and educational choices tor which they are most suited is another vital service of ,I\'S. which conducts an outstanding program to retrain the physically and emotionally-handicapped and makes job placements for these anfl for others in the community. The career guidance program is a vital step in molding and guiding young men and women in the choice of a future vocation, one of the most important agency services that CJA dollars help to provide, assuring the ipital ; i • a pi ij lo serve more peo' :' I v here l> ne period in 19 13 During the same period in 1964, an additional 700 indigent patients, over and above 'he 12.000 treated in 1963, were cared for in the fn c service beds sponsored by Federation. The support received from Federation w II help lo pro vide better medical care and at ihe same lime cot the operation loss oi MI Sinai Hospital, which for the year will amount to approximately 11 percent above that of 1963. Although the needs of the communitj have not been fully met, each additional dollar has been put to maximum use. it was stressed by Lefcourt "They are helping to provide better care, treatment and counseling result, ing in a better life for all who live and work in the Greater Miami community," he stated. "It can be readily seen from the many uses made by Federation agencies of the additional $100,000 raised in the 1964 campaign thai the value of increased support of Federation has provided new and increased services and helped our agencies to build a hcal'iier and happier Greater Miami community," Lefcourt noted Goal Up This Year Continued from Page 2-C cies following the successful 1964 campaign Eight outstanding local agencies and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation received over $785,000, an increase of better than $65,000 over that received in the previous year. "Results in dollars are import ant. hut even more important is Ihe fact that many Federation agencies in the local community received the funds to hire additional personnel to introduce new programs and to help clear up the waling list for urgently needed services. •The United Jewish Appeal ami itr. three agencies received over $517,000. an increase above the previous year. "In 196a. when UJA and its agencies expect to rescue and resettle the largest number orf immigrants than at any other time since World War 11, the importance of achieving our goal can be readily seen." Dr. Lehrman stated "The benefits that accrued from our 1965 campaign, which raised over S10O.OO0 more than in 1963. strengthened our families and our community through the increased services our Fed eration agencies are now able to provide." Federation President Sidney I.efcourt declared. f9 win Stauber, Your.q Israel of Greater Miami; President Richard Sneider, Belh Torah Congregation; and President 3ertram Levy and Rabb. Harold Richter, B'nai Raphael Congregation Seated (left lo right) are Rabbi Jonah Caplan. Temp'e Adc'.h Yeshuiun; Rabl L man; and bi Max A. Lip ion. i aks I • v -: ?M mi 1 -———— -B • Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan has come forward as the first commercial institution to display the 1965 Combined Jewish Appeal messaae. Picture shown above is on display at the 71st St. Branch, and the bank also has a sign calling for volunteers at its main Lincoln Rd. office. Jordan Maish. Burdines and Florida Power and Light Company are cmong other leading bu iness establishments which each year make r.pace available as another means of bringing the Combined Jewish Appeal message home to the public. Disadvantage*! Our Burden Continued from Page 3-C 60,000 a year for the last four years, and probably even more this year, has created a backlog ol social cases in Israel which the country is having trouble in coping with because now more than 10 percent of the Israel population is receiving some form of welfare assistance. Israel still retains its policy of taking Jews in regardless of age. physical or mental handicap. Among the 65.000 who will come in during 1965 will be old, blind and sick people. Transportation and incidental costs for those arriving from behind the iron curtain amount to $525 per person before the individual reaches Israel, and this is a minimal amount compared to what the cost of education, housing and initial adjustment and integration is Another dimension added in 1965 is thai the JDC alone will lose 17,000,000 in 1965 which it has been using for relief and rescue purposes because of the i eSSS Don of (lei man Claims Conference grants I have seen these people come in—soup kitchens — congregant dormitories like after the second World War—hotels taken over bj the Jewish Agencj in Naples and Home to house W Hi to 1.000 people a night who are aw ailing for free dom. These men are our problems for 1965. a continuing and increased support lor the lilcsaving agencies of the CJA. for peo pie whom we do not know but who are members of one family —our family: continuing and increasing needs of the disadvantaged on the local and national scene; increased work for civil rights and community relations agencies; increased understanding and generosity on the part of Miami Jewry for the CJA. Today's crises made no head lines for Jews. They are nonetheless as real as I hey were in 1945 with the concentration camps, and in 1948 when the Stale %  : Israel was founded and real immiWc can appeal once more to the continuing generosity of Miami Jewry, to increased under standing on the part ol the men and women approached—to a Jewish community which must recognize that Combined Jewish Appeal is not only a repository for dollars for people and agencies, but a major instrument of our people to insure the continuing survival ol Jews everyw here. Federation's Business Continued from Page 2-C tling newcomers to this area, a vital service both to immigrant families and to the welfare ol our own community. The needs ol these agencies, the national services assisted bj our annual campaign, and the United Jewish Appeal and its ag encies, w ill again call for a rec ord allocation by CJA and Fed eration II th -. Bre to go forward in the con,:: \ ear. The revitalization brought to CJA by the chairmanship of Dr Lehrman has permeated every division. New leaders he helped to obtain last year are working harder than ever, and in turn Ihej loo are bringing in addi tional leadership to help us reach our increased goal The participation ol every group, including Women's, Trades and Professions, R e s i d e n t a Young Men's. Young Wo and 'he newly-formed North Dade Division, augurs well to art meeting these increased needs on behalf ol 442,000 people We are looking forward o I successful campaign."



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HJ^Tl^W. jVt r'.-.• -" Jy" Page 10-C +Je*lstlhrkte>r Friday, February, Feldman in 'Farewell' Speech free lands, he satd this was "one j strations of volunUH. 1 : the most remarkable demon-1 ory d^r.fw ISHINGTON .!TA \t.f \ i.r. inis ition i o m • ir.U • %  %  and *.-... ham" by %  in an address App*-al' na: the F %  • : adVISOI i • • uDcemenl %  tion Earlier Vice nl Humphrey lauded the IJA achievementl Il in which an American Jew (ir be • tged \nother major ess v. .'idelivered by Joseph Me>erhoff, <>f Baltimore, who pre-d Fisher in the r*>>t of .'-n era! i h.urman In his address, Feldman, who cited President Johnson's and Mr Humphrey's friendship to Israel, stressed that the United States is committed to the assistance of Israel in the event of aggression against it, and strongly reiterated the viability of the American commitment. The former White House official, who is President Johnson's personal adviser on Israeli and Jewish affairs, told the UJA leaders that friendship is a two-way street, in that America's War on Poverty is now receiving assistance from Israel Fisher announced thai the IMS 1 ,f.\ drive hai pened with contrimi totaling Sio,20o,ooo thr > '-t -urn ever raised during the first week "f .i I'JA. campaign in the Appeal's 27-year-historj This ial gifts -um. he said, Infundraised in a number ol .mmuniti. hunt the namigration to I-rael from backward countries !!<• warned that another monunlental eliort will be required of the Imei Jewish (immunity to •: • •' mmitmei I 29 "her nation*. In bis addre-> which was the principal speech at a Sui in, Mr Humphrey said that 1 .! \ obji 'uncide'l M itt; ministration concepts The Johnson Administration understands as you understand, that there is an inseparable connection between human progress and social justice.' he stated. Citing the achieve ments of the UJA over the last 25 years, including the rescue of 3, 0000.(1000 lives and movement of 1.500.000 Jews to Israel and other '* WER.LOOK1NG OCEAVAVD W THEC' <|FU] ftt ILLINOIS AVENUE. ATJHTK Our guests return year after year for many reason. SUPER?^ I'.Tl '-mi-c. T1VE FOOD served rh Grtcioui Air Conditioned R Entertainment Program— Lovely Lobbies — Cafe V taurant-PANORAMIC VIEW of OCEAN and BAY > %  DECK and SOLARIUM on 14th Floor. 60% of cur rcx^T? Ocean View-Many bava TV. Few have air eondr.ioojoa.,2 don't ne*d it. Location la tha Heart of Atlantic City*! j£j Amusement and Shopping Area. Usa Tha Madison Beach r..""' ItSgal OCEAN VIEW % 7 .*•/ Koonis $^ ( as low as *In roa r/37 • •ma.y^Baat -2a Foe Menus, Cc'.-r F^ -a"*'* dto' iky od to'-d. L..o ><•:• o "9 o~a b '-••, Com* bock o • % >• B g Go-* Clwb m B'MtAt, QJ^> /-> ANCHORS AWEIGH UATEI BIMINI BIG GAME nVIEL FISHING CLUB BIMINI IN THE IAHJ.M/LS WANT TO SEE SOMETHING INTERESTING? // "BLAST OFF TO COCOA BEACH FOR THE WEEKEND TOUR CAPE KENNEDY (Opan 7o Tha Publ'c Sunda/I From 100 P.M.-4 0C PM) HAVi A GETAWAY VACATION RAMADA x -1NNW (3 M •! Fro~ Tha Csce Brand Naw A;eo"-Tioda^ona Pool or Oeaan Swimming Enfartainmant Fcf All Aqoi CKildran Undar 14, With Pa.1 No Charga *• Coma anyt.'ma Friday Laava Anytima Sunday San.Ibla Ra*aa Wr.a CPhorta — Ra;a-.: RAMADA INN COCOA BEACH, FLOR'D/ 1 1S K BAGELS FOR BREAKFAST 10 A.M. -11 A.M., Monday Friday LIVE FROM DUBROWS WITH RUEBEN GUBERMAN RADIO STATION WEDR-FM 99.1 on Your FM Radio Dial THE PEPY FIELDS RADIO SHOW 11:30 P.M. -12:30 A.M.. Tuesday Sunday LIVE from the ATLANTIS HOTEL. M. B. "THE HOTTEST SHOW ON RADIO"



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I I Miami Beach rladassas Sraups Flan Variety of FunctwB Here P d II I i ".! %  at* C-v.i ; IccH ^ .on'. In Meetings He-e Tr : Week %  %  %  %  %  • I T : %  : %  • : %  %  %  zxnlno 'A.A.A. ft;: *'. A • AFtflAM %  > : AMIWI I GM SHOP I UM MACM %  v-***? lt- I I I 44U I I FRANKFURTERS T22 PURE BEEF < -<-, '*.*• *-, %  %  ct ;v. V"<** Pi nn a* I | v.'--. • I. ;%  %  •rfff T ai w IT *l rc h I Ex Ar 4 I Rc Bo Ft de an E: So m la Bi ei 24th Original Annual MIAMI ANTIQUE SHOW BAf FRONT AUDITORIUM ',>>, '.•'•< a a* Soajitvara) February 11,12,13,14 I P M to II P M Da.lyy All IXHIHITIONS fOR lAli Mty OeaUri Roprautntad Admittion 1 00, ta cnrludad •. -. %  %  %  'S'." 5*4* %  %  WIL.NO KOSHER I'-V;;, SALAMI • FRANKFURTERS • CORNED BEEF • E yu MIAMI MANCH 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551 Perfect^ KSW Cancer Leaque Meetinq Slated /. • 12, a %  LBM • bi %  • Mai Mr ',. -.-. i i, ran riec : %  %  A Mrs I. M Wei nil | dramatization '/f Fiddler '.n Ifca Roof TO LOW CALORIE MEALS So e that wag*--. •: %  •"•• Hr.i plenty of nutnr J.orrul August Bros. Sre*: ""*** from talect spring •*• flour • • %  contain* no ihortenina • PMMMOBB • BOHEMIAN ITI • IA6IIS • VIENNA • tCC TWIST • FMNCN latAO tCG IOU> a MiD IOUI ESTES Silversmith t II II !• .'. ("I A I .'. •< %  C | /' %  •'. X %  I ANTIOUIS Nl IM l-l / %  • I 0 /IT* H W l/th / 434011* RIKKI'S ANTIQUES I MAIII.ltHI li fonirjoai nidi FINE FURNITURE and OBJETS DART I STATES kOIIOMI • 101D • ID AMD i%  ,. | H aia D'Ari ??'-* Card Way HI 1 SOli //•, ,<1 f,... %  I .l, 1-1, .. naaa '' %  •• "Share My lovely Home a ••-. Mian %  %  %  | ^-i., pf aaaa "./-.• ^i< *. #*^ tranapof >. •.' I montha; •l AM % % %  <<•-, l. I•/ CONSTIPATEO? ") Pa rung I • ,. arrila la PHAI | g | FREE SAMPLE • igial 10 taalal i raai By i %  •-. • r, | | fc.__.......-.....______.


Friday, February 5. 1965
+Je*lst fh>rkfiari
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Leh -o right are Exporters and Importers Group Co-Chairmen
Left-: Arkin and Joe Teitelbaum. with S. Ronald Pallot, Trans-
port.-tion Group chairman.
CJA Manufacturing and Transport
Division Announces Leading Figures
fOK KUAUD STOKItS
! co- hairman ol
I d< .1. Professions Coun-
i if : i umbined Je > i>h
\; i and ol th< Man-
i. i: an.sportal ion
i 'i rrent ca
".. at < pptani c ol
industr) Injures i" head
I division
'. Mai
l ision
ha an ii I
keeping itli u 11 eased
nouni <'! ever>' divis ""
. ampa
"I am confident that the many
oro.i leaders who will again
ser>e in this division, along with
the .edition of a number of out
starscng men. will help us to
itii' our goal," he stated.
Tv. i mils, the Metals
i, ad the Papei Group have
. d tin i ptance ol chair-
men ho lerved m 1964
Ri rt Somerstein, Remington
Stai Inti al and Max
i Metal Suppl)
i ...ii head the Metals
( ...,... ,,.,. Sydne)
i rporation will
Paper Group
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Crystal House
Party for CJA
Fitfeeri leading residents ol
Crystal House will hosl cocktail
partj at the Crystal House Dining
Room on Monday al i p m it was
announced i>\ John N Serbia,
chairman, and K Williams Apte.
i chairman, respectively, ol the
Residents Division
Dr Irving Lehrman, 1965 Com
bined Jewish Appeal chairman,
who has just returned from a 12
day tour of Israel and Europe, will
report on what he saw during his
trip and detail the outstanding
Federation agencies in the Miami
community that care for the sick.
the aged, the indigent, the handi-
capped, and families with per
sonal problems.
Co-hosts for the Crystal House
event, another Residents Division
function to help meet the 1965 CJA
goal of $1,435,080 for 4i agencies in
Miami, nationally, and overseas,
include the following:
Richard B Ayares. Aislk Brener.
Murray Drexler. Joseph Gardner,
Lou Harris, Sampson Hittner. Dr.
Sigmund Klein. .1 Gerald Lewis
Also. Jacob Lowy, Philip Lus
tine. Morris N'orian, Charles Res-
kin. Julius Rosenberg. Irving N.
Stenn and Philip Thau.
Ner Tamid Ladies
Plan Card Party
Temple Ner Tamid Sisterhood
v ill have a card part) and man
jong affair on Saturday in the So
cial Mall at 7 30 p m. Mrs [da
Raskin is chairman Evening will
irclude refreshments and prizes
On Tuesday noon, a bazaar lun-
cheon will be held Merchandise
item tor the bazaar will he ad
mission Mrs Murray Sha" is
chairman
Four Years in Pulpit
This Sabbath marks the begin
ning oi the fourth year of Rabbi
Max Shapiro as spiritual leader ol
Beth Kodesh Congregation The
adult series In history, will be re
sun.i-ii this Sunday morning at 10
a m
800 in Tribute
To Dr. Lipschitz
At the Deauville
Some 8oo persons attended a
testimonial dinner in honor of Dr.
tax Lipschitz, spiritual leader of
Beth Torah Congregation, on Sat-
urday evening at the Deauville
Hotel.
Guest speaker was Rabbi Moses
Lehrman, of Detroit. Mich., father-
in law of the Beth Torah rabbi.
The testimonial marked the five
years of service by Dr. Lipschitz
to Beth Torah. as well as his 18
years in the rabbinate It also cel-
ebrated his winning the Doctor of
Philosophy degree at the Univer-
sity ol Wisconsin.
Present at the banquet were a
host of communal dignitaries,
including personalities in gov-
ernment, the rabbinate, and or-
ganizational affairs.
Preside! ol Beth Torah Congre
cation, which has grown durum
the pasl five years to a member
ship of some 750 families, i~ Rich-
ard Sneider Chairman of the din-
ner of tribute was Howard Ralby.
Dr Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader "I Temple Emanu El, and
uncle of Dr Lipschitz, offered
greetings on behall ol the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association
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rage 2-A hnist thrill tr Friday. February 5. 1%5 Shazar, B-G at Churchill Final Rites Continued from Page 1 A k reatnesi ol the late British leader. rw. hi' said, w*t ool onl) ihe roar <>t the [LghUnj Bi bin also the raai A human its fighting .mil in We >. %  -,; %  distre • and i,voice was our cry Mr. Shaiai Mid that he was .mpimtd by the numbers of .ews and lirtttl student* who greeted him as he walked to the State Dep't. Appeals For Assist lo Nasser \ \SHI\(;T0\l .1 n -ni amendmenl bannit • eata ol sui: iiaKrutiliiii JI pre tv to Egj pi He told the S that the l nit< SI ti 1 the l w on 'ut'irr aid Foilov insj :lu the I S Inl Di hri The Under sec rearv said that To learn anew language before your Bon Voyage speak to BCRL CTZ now. 242 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami Fla FR 1-3696 I the subject of aid beyond the present fiscal year ending in June 1*5 would be reviewed fully with Congress, and djscussed in Ught oi circumstances that existed at the time. He indicated pp. at the Administration would not necessarily authorne shipment of the $37,000 000 worth of cemmodrties to which the House prohibition applies But he plead ed that "ho President has the flenibilrty to do what a cheng •rig situation may require on a day to-c*ay basis." He asked that Congress not limit the Presi dent's freedom of action in the conduct cf U S relation* with Egvp' during the weeks ahead. M B .11 he I funeral. He could not ride because of Its* Sabbath. Its. Pre dent's aide, Co Aryeh Rai. told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency that Mr Shaiar had nt been t red a* '• ourinq the waffc at I brisk pace President Shaiar had to turn down an invitation to attend a reception by the Queen m Buckingham Palace >nce 1! was felt tteet 'he additional long walk would tire him 00 much. esidenl Shaza %  >> %  Bei Gurion %  iced liighi -1 praise ot the place MhMc sir WmM.in held amonj nJktwk* 1 ) pmiple recording their enliment* lor II • BBt Hebrew r.iti;-" which broadcast tin 1 i'--a.'< Mm' 1.1' > \\ imloi 1 inn > !•" aa*d Mr Shaxai was one ol Ike great ,.i m ol .ill lime i" uIv fl|i nd ho mi• 1 [altered and nevei sravi his deeds r the rehirt 0 .rael .\ in lebtei • 1 n •• gratil In ln> stall II limi %  %  1 1 'At. Sir-.i Gtrrrfetl Clvb %  %  I l 'pOUpo s Stf W iTt Kabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Pher, Jf I 3505 •45 MICHIGAN AVI MIAMI BIACH rimes COMVillC MiAMis Nfwrsr MOST MODIRN *._ ~ Tel Wl 5-7631 I f.-'-s 'or Ina-^ouel C*' ol tne C • C r 1 All C o idti 1 >nc d • PtMetf h .M. i Stalt • J;OI'0.I Garden if 0'.*i • K>vi-t->x.l Arc> Indoors 1 Cjideft HlUlll HAl %  '• l/CSSOC 14601 t.OSTMlASr lOHl AV( AT W Olill M*t. MIAMI 4t. riOS'OA %  TE V3BZ $&3&8M& INDIAN RIVER ORANGES 4*0 PINK 04 WHITE SflDlfS! GRAPEFRUIT Bushel $595 Naff MA.I ORDERS Pfl0fc' r Fill 10 aOHDID-INiUK'.O -GUAKAMTIU if 17ir (oil instinctive!) i„ M af il i onl) man lo meel tbc -itiulion In the preat hour, ho tod Britain to victory. But ho also %  od the entire world to victory and. thus, became the savior of huanity as a whole We Jews remember Winston Churchill as a trusted and sincere frioeid of the Jewish people and of Jew.saj re vival in its ancient land • ii. foresaw the Jewish Stall ,v i.,r ba i* as 1901 .."'I remainei true friend ar^i kapl Inrait* m i.jtui-> <•< Hie Jeih peofla C ?K u THE JEWISH HC.VE FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7300 N W ?'tt AVENUE Ph 696-2101 ROOF LEAK? 1 A L Ms tinoH vmxn Let us repair it or apply • new one. For free estimate phone: AST-V ** % %  •: • ^ I.OOIIM. *IT 035-1952 ( entnrj ;ind. in this respect. ti e mi rjntjsjw m h.i\u4i spanned iwn cfnliuies. H> will rcoiam ; %  ; hratary as one ot Use most IA< nd sini ere fi lends tinJeu -' j>li' ever had \h Ben %  HI i"n has itaj II. London until Tueadnj Mm !aj •> 'th hi~ daugl :. II r-..'jnl • D< i isite I Xti>nJ I IH\rTMt\ Young Israel leach Party >. beedi i>-rt' %  bj ,l Ysnsag Israel \ \ %  •"•".tr • %  !!> "A3 sj | Hauh si • Beax h i nHrsa 1 W LCCMt r-r G \ T -i .O !M" HI I OE 1 i Irt ws '4* r> ., -ids 1*11 !5-:M07 • AY WOttflrfS 16 FARE MICH TYPt WflKlY MA'05 \ RHTAU4ANT 4 ItOTtl HflP '"•"•"•5 one**/ < 9Ir BANK FOR YOU... Wa kr ... • ...J t. 1tm • 14 S.- • i.ll.-i.. S* ^'••••4 •-••• >. .,-••• •' rex Meadlead a—^S>*t b.. %  *•• i."..... M>wl ——1 •*••" >• i m -Oj .- %  t*ei. •• <• mm Sill !••.•<• tA a % %  % %  i M k^- tr T W siaii %  I 1... 0* r '*-*"' '• •*• !•••• ••• %  iMaaAaoel '•••• •• 0e Cease* •f <• ••• •• •••' *• •• ttm %  • —<•-• e— •• • es am m-4 '••• •' SO >M I. • *MAM wlSSttS T T i m-4 •v •• '• %  •-rf o.ti %  ••• %  qSS.'l ••• .' •" !•*•-•.• • •• • • • • T JE 2-6451 JEFFERSON NATIONAL BANK •. • --wiTr evesS NIW war atiitvi SPRAY p LINI MIST ON • • • QUICK SCOTHfNG RELIEF A I A • : ^ tEJJCF tlOAJlTIEO M rwcruu ettcr EFUBfD '.^


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"arewislh Floridian 9 [ Florida. Friday. February 5. 1965 Section C Combined Jewish Appeal Supplemcnl: A Tribute to Our Welfare Effort reater Miami moves to assure $ 1 435,080 C JA goal r m Combined Jewish Appeal Campaign Cabinet meets to save lives The Campaign ( abinei ol Greater Miami's l'.Ki:. Combined Jewish Appeal is traditional!) composed <•! the busiest nun and women in the community. The) are bus) because the) know there is a vital job to be done 1>\ CJA in Miami, throughout America, in Israel and at niss the world. Shown above are men and women well known for their leadership here as they meei at the first ol man) Campaign Cabinet sessions ol Greater Miami's 1963 Combined Jewish Appeal. The meeting was planned to disenss saving the li\es ol some 60.000 persons this year through the United Jewish Appeal ..verse..-. It was planned to meet human needs, as well: the needs ol more than '_'.">.000 Miami men. women and children who aie sick, handicapped or in their twilight years, all ol them counting on assistance through the Combined Jewish Appeal. This year's Create! Miami CJA goal is $1,435,080. Achievement ol the goal will gu a long wa) toward saving the lives and meeting the needs. I lie Campaign Cabinet has dedicated itsell toward thai c\u\. with an eye <>n each individual in the community who must join these leaders in tins toial humanitarian endeavor —who must also lake time oill from their busy schedules to .issme the success ol tin1963 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign toward a better Jewry here, nationally and overseas. 1965 CJA Campaign Cabinet 1. Sam Blank 12. Irving Wexler 2. Mrs. Inez Krensky 3. Dr. Irving Lehrman Campaign Chairman 4. Sidney Lefcourt 5. Mrs. Carl Weinkle 6. Mrs. Ruth Johnson Berger 7. Joseph M. Upton 8. John N. Serbin 9. Mrs. A. L Glickman 10. Mrs. Irving lehrman 11. Leon J. Ell 13. William Agranove 14. Sidney D. Ansin 15. Louis Kenin 16. Leo A. Chaikin 17. Leon Kaplan 18. MaxOrovitz 19. Mrs, Anna Brenner Meyers 20. PaulFaske 21.Joseph Cohen 22. Oave Levenson 23. George Talianoff 24. Sam Goldman 25. Norton Pallot 26. Shepard Broad 27. Aaron M. Kanner 28. Jacob Rabinowitz 29. Stanley C. Myers 30. Ben Meyers 31. George Sogg 32. Sam Luby, Jr. 33. A B. Wiener 34. Leo Eisenstein 35. Harry Mizrach 36. Irving Kaplan 37. Carl Weinkle 38. Samuel N. Friedland 39. Byron J. Topol 40. Leonard Rosen Members ot the 1965 Campaign Cabinet who were not available for the group photograph, include the following: Leonard Abess Jacob M. Arvey Jerry Blank louis Bresler Mrs. Richard Brickman Joseph E. Brooks A. C. Fine David B. Fleeman Burton B. Goldstein Nathan S. Gumenick Marshall S. Harris Sam J. Heiman Daniel Neal Heller Dr. Norman S. Jatte Ernest lanis Howard Kane lay I. Kislak Sam C. Levenson Baron deHirsch Meyer Emil Morton Alexander Muss E. Albert Pallot Joseph M Rose William S Ruben Irving Rubin Fred K. Shochet Saul Silberman Harry Sirkin Milton Sirkin Milton Weiss



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February 5, 1965 +JenUi> fBorkMbm Paqe 9-B \ £* aitft -£*ipp i •• %  T "lMPLE Beth Tor ah held a ^pJestinionial dinner Saturday night in the Grand Ballroom of tfe%])caiivillc Hotel. Honored was Dr. |1 ax A. Lipschitz, celebrating hi* fifth >ear .it Beth Torah, his iSth year in the rabbinate, and H^KConfernnp ol his PhD. by the Univer.-n> of Wisconsin. Ffcr the event, Mrs. Lipschitz a white cut velvet brocade which featured a floral pattern, a low back accented with a bow, n.l crystal beading covering'fee r bodice. Her matching fulllength coat had a Queen Ann collar, which was encrusted with tbe crvstal beads. Howard Kalby was chairman for the evening, and Mrs. Rainy was in a black crepe sheath gow n with ihc neckline scooped both front ;.ml back. A pannier was attached to one shoulder and trimmd with black ostrich feathers. Mrs. Richard Sncider, wife of the congregation's president, those a honey beige brocade i-heath with godet inserts creating a trumpet flare at the hemline. Her gown was strapless and had a red velvet bow at the waist. Mrs. Irving Newman's gown featured white sequins overlaid from the hem up in ombre shades of lilac. The neckline was decollete, with a white chiffon stole worn m front and a banded neckline ol white sequins softeni.''-* the sheath silhouette. r RQUOISE chiffon was -elect ed l\v Mrs. Louise Taylor. Her Empire waistline was detailed wi t h turquoi-c colored beadiif.:. Bracelet length sleeves and free-floating panniers were featured on her gown. A threepiece black ensemble was worn by Mrs. Harold Wolk. Jet beading on chantilly lace over chiffon created fashion conversation. Her hip-length jacket was bordered at the bottom with wnite mink. Mrs. Arthur Snydor's black crepe sheath had a cowled neckline and was worn with a double-breasted silver sequined jacket. Rabbi Lipschitz's father inlaw. Rabbi Moses Lehrman, of Detroit, was also present. Mrs. Lehrman's gown was in white silk crepe with the bodice covered with white iridescent sequins in a floral pattern. His uncle, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spoke for the C.reater Miami rabbinate. Mrs. Irving Lehrman selected a longsleeved, black sequin bodice over a black peau dc soie skirt. A longsleeved, burgundy-colored crepe gown was worn by Mrs. Nathan Rabinowitz. Her bodice featured interwoven fabric which created a ribbon knit effect. Miss Sherry Rabinowitz was in a white silk linen sheath with burgundy velvet trim and a white lace overjacket. i L4RS. Stanley Stein's white sat" %  in gown featured a wide pannier in both front and back, which started at the waist and went to the hem. A bugle beaded bow accented each pannier. Her high bateau neckline plunged to a deep V in the back. Ice pink satin was the choice of Mrs. Morton Reiss. Her skirt had gold lame woven into the satin. Mrs. Abraham .1 Gittleson was in Dior blue satin and gold lame, with a graceful full skirt. Carmen red brocade was the fabric in the skirt and jacket chosen by Mrs. Ben Zion Kirschenhaum. Her NATURAL & ARTIFICIAL FLORAL DECORATIONS BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Miami Bench Call SYLVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231 FREE DELIVERY ALL GREATER MIAMI blouse was a matching red crepe, and her skirt followed a modified A line silhouette. Yellow chiffon with a very full circular skirt was worn by Mrs. .Martin Lundy. Her bodice was draped in the Grecian manner in both front and back. Mrs. Suzanne F'opkin's silver brocade had a high slashed bateau neckline which dipped to the waistline in back. A wide pannier went from the waistline to the hemline in back, and a self-fabric pouf was used where the pannier began, Mrs, Stanley Friedman's porcelain blue crepe had the one-inch shoulder straps, a draped bodice. and a self fabric rose at the plunging V neckline. Mrs, Ernest Janko chose a s::ltly-tailored gown of white silk linen. Black cut velvet Insert! in flower patterns were featured on her bodice. Sophie Tucker To Host Israel Bond Reception Miss Sophie Tucker, star of the Singer in Miami For Concert Hermina Pctrcscu-Stowell is in Miami to arrange for a concert on Apr. 14 at Dade County Auditorium. The singer is a soprano noted for her performances throughout the world in 15 languages. Originally from Rumania, she has lived in Israel and now in America. She is her own producer, and her program will include orchestral accompaniment. Ahavat Shalom Party The public is invited to the games party being sponsored by Vhavat Shalom Congregation, 985 9W C7th St.. on Saturday, Feb. 13. at 8 p.m. Lorber Chapter Donor Dinner Dcauville Hotel will be the scene of the annual donor dinner of Lorber Chapter, Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital on Sunday evening. Financial backing for the asthma-allergy research center and the free non-sectarian hospital comes from the 158 volunteer chapters across the United States. Women's League Member Lunch Recently-organized Miami Beach Chapter. Women's League for Israel, will hold its first memberbring a-member luncheon Thursday noon, Feb. 11, at the home of .Mrs. Morris Schor, 4720 Alton Rd. Program will include a skit by Mrs. Gershon Miller; vocal selections, by Joseph Malek, attorney; and a film. Women's League for Israel Iodises, feeds and trains refugee girls arriving from all parts of the world who need help. It also has a home for the training and education of sightless girls, and maintains two dormitories, a cafeteria and a lounge for students at the Hebrew University in Israel. entertainment world, will hold a cocktail reception and dinner to I honor more than 150 members of I the Trustees of Israel at the Deauiville Hotel on Sunday evening Samuel Rothberg. of Peoria. Ill national campaign chairman ol i the Israel Bond Organization, and ; Morris W. Berinstein. of Albany, \. Y.. national chairman of Trustees of Israel, will be guest speak, ers at the dinner. The reception, which will begin at 7 p.m., in the Napoleon Room. will feature the appearance of comedienne Phyllis Diller. who will be a special guest. Trustees of Israel are men ;.nri 'women who each year purchase a minimum of $10,000 in Israel Bonds. Miss Tucker has been a Trustee since the establishment of {the Israel Bond drive in 1951. The Trustee dinner will focUS j attention on the forthcoming 1965 international inaugural cofcrcnce i for Israel Bonds here Feb. U> to 21, with Sir Isaac WnWson, of Great Britain, as guest of honor. The conference will officially launch a campaign for the sale of : $100,000,000 in Israel Bonds during 1965 throughout the Cnitcd States. Canada, Latin America and Western Europe. dfcm ITIQXAL %  v • •• %  •( • % %  .#, a • %  -. .1-1. Leuvr ;! 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cry 5. 1965 -JmrtsHUrlctiar, Page 11 A Lecture Series Opens at Betti Sholom Dr^heiiiood 0 ^ Jflpm Classes Resume Here Second serm-Mor of the fifth annual Ulpan classes in Hebrew Ian guaffe sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education will becin Tues-' day evening, according to Joseph Cohen, president of the Bureau. Tb uW n classes are modeled after (fit intensive program for teaching conversational Hebrew in Israel, with emphasis on active particlprtton h> students. There are three Ulpan courses now available in Miami Beach: elementary. witt aMHty to read Hebrew as a requirement lor the second semester, Wei mediate, and advanced HeW^fc. VMft M materials used in the classes 1 MKlude American and Israel Moks. magazines and news papers. Class** Ihect Tuesdays, from 8 to 10 p.n. at Temple Beth Sholom School, 41st St and Chase Ave. instructors are Zvi Berger. as sociate director. Bureau of Jewish Education; Mrs Zahava Sukenik. ^Instructor at the Hebrew Academv Wlinw the l' ui's Hebrew High Rabbi Henry E. Kagan. of Mt. Vernon, N.Y., will kick off a series pf lecl^rea based on his book, "Sit Wno Changed the World." on Monday evening, 9:15 p.m. Occasion will be the third session of the adult studies program of Temple Beth Sholom, according t a joint announcement by Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan ami Mrs. Irving Variety Names '65 'Godfather 1 Richard P. Wolfson, senior vice j president of VVomctco Enterprises, has been named vice president of Variety Children's Hospital. He will serve as a member of the Board of Trustees, it has been announced by P. William Burke, hospital president. Wolfson, a 13-year veteran with the Wometco organization, is currently a director of City National Bank of Coral Gables, and has served in executive positions with such communal agencies as tha Crime Commission of Greater Miami, American Red Cross, the Child Guidance Clinic, Community TV, Foundation of Southern Florida, and National Conference of Christians and Jews. Kushman. chairmen of the TernFeb. JS— Rev. John Papindrew, pic's Board of Emicaiwn and Adult minister of the Kir>t Unitarian Studies Committee, rpcrtitelr > % fc.. SURFSIOt J 9473 Harrl'wi Ave. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 J Ph. JE 1-3812 Ph. UN 6-6171 pier re CUSTOM TAILORING 1104 LINCOLN ROAD Ml 'VVI BEACH 9473 HARDING AVENUE SL'RFSIDE HABERDASHERY 40th fear on Miami Beach r W K A T F M FROM TO BRAHMS BARTOK Ydti'll Hear the World's Finest Music on WKAT-FM 93.1 on your FM dial KAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Before You Rent Compare When they tell you the apartments are luxurious COM PARK! King-size apartments •ng and heating walk-in closets bathrooms. free central air conditionlarge private terraces ... all ultra-modern kitchens and When they tell you the location is wonderful COMPARE! Just off Biscayne Bouievard rifjtil o" Bi>:ayne Bay only 3 minutes from Mian 1 Be I h, Ten minutes takes you west to the Airport, south to downtown Mia'> ar Key Biscayne, and norlh to 79th Street. We ie rig • %  • ay which %  %  • • and the S jnshme State Parkway. When they tell you the features are the finest COMPARI 24-hour d ing al ecurii reside e i each floor. guard la\ When they tell you the pleasure facilities are the best COMPARE! Olympic-size swimming oool tennis cr r-=, — shuffleboard courts 18-hole pu" q green boat dock and fishing pier 5 beautiful, landscaped acres of gardens. When they tell you, dollar for doWar, you get the most COMPARE! only I # J monthly for BIG BEDROOM APARTMENT Deluxe Siudio Apartment., trom Si 31 PLEASE CHECK THE FACTS When you move to Bay Park Towers we prefer you be positive that YOU COULDN'T DO BETTER! TOW E RS Rental Apartments ON BISCAYNE BAY AT N. E. 33rd ST MIAMI. FLORIDA • PH. FR 3 3103